No one is born with a perfect green thumb. We hone our skills by asking questions, by observing other gardeners, and - yes - by reading. Here are our picks for books that every gardener should read.
Whether your potted plants live indoors year-round or you’ve brought them in for temporary shelter from freezing temperatures, they will require special attention throughout the cold season. We've got a few tips that will surely help.
People have foraged and cultivated flowers for food, drink, and medicine for centuries. You will find squash blossoms in Italian food, rose petals in Indian food, and chamomile or jasmine tea.
Carrots can be somewhat tricky to grow, but with rich, loose soil, and consistent moisture, they'll develop root vegetables with beautiful color and an enjoyable crunch.
These days, gardens are sprouting everywhere. People garden on rooftops, community plots, schools, and balconies. This means parents everywhere have more opportunities to share the experience of gardening with their children.
These days, many homeowners grow amaranth strictly as a front lawn ornamental plant. Here's how to grow it for edible greens in your backyard.
Mother Nature doesn’t use a spade. That is why 'no-till' or 'no-dig' gardening is gaining popularity among so many gardeners across the world.
You can do your part to save water while still achieving a beautiful yard with xeriscaping.
Throughout history, people have prized roses for their vibrant color, their delicate appearance, and their unmistakable, sweet, honeyed scent.
Raspberries are not just delicious, they are also loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Here's how to grow some in your garden.