FALL GARDENING20 Favorite Flowers for the Fall Landscape
Vivid blooms and striking shapes make these annuals and perennials a delight in autumn gardensFull Story
GARDENING GUIDES20 Favorite Flowers for Butterflies and Bouquets
Discover perennials and annuals that do double duty as butterfly magnets and versatile cut flowersFull Story
TREESHow to Buy Healthy Trees and Shrubs
A healthy young plant with a strong form is more likely to do well in your yard. Here’s what to look for at the nurseryFull Story
GARDENING GUIDES5 Great Plants for Borders and Screens
Get the effects of a shrub but in less time — and drawing more winged pollinators — with these herbaceous perennialsFull Story
LANDSCAPE DESIGNThe 7 Best Plant Types for Creating Privacy and How to Use Them
Follow these tips for using different kinds of plants as living privacy screensFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESWe Bust 4 More Native Plant Myths
Have you been taken in by these fallacies about gardening with native plants?Full Story
FLOWERSBotanical Art Offers a Glimpse of Brazil’s Magical Flora
As the Olympics in Brazil kick off, an exhibit at London’s Kew Gardens showcases the diverse plant life of the South American nationFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESHouzz Call: What’s Your Favorite Backyard Beauty?
The simple, honest daisy is this writer’s go-to garden flower. We want to hear which plant, flowering or otherwise, gives you special joyFull Story
INSPIRING GARDENSFrom Concrete Lot to Gracious Organic Garden in Seattle
Plants, pests and even weeds have a place in this landscape, which offers an edible bounty and a feast for the eyesFull Story
GARDENING AND LANDSCAPINGHouzz Survey: See What Homeowners Are Doing With Their Landscapes Now
Homeowners are busy putting in low-maintenance landscapes designed for outdoor living, according to the 2015 Houzz landscaping surveyFull Story
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