WINTER GARDENINGPruning Secrets for Exquisite Roses
Encourage gorgeous blooms year after year with this time-tested advice on how to prune your rosebush in winter for health and shapeFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Clematis Virginiana
Devil’s darning needles, a vigorous vine native to eastern North America, likes partial shade and many types of soilsFull Story
PLANTING IDEASGreat Garden Combo: Rose + Clematis for Small-Space Impact
We all need somebody to lean on. And when a rose supports a climbing vine, the results can totally transform a small gardenFull Story
WINTER GARDENINGInspiring Winter Scenes From the Denver Botanic Gardens
Use seed heads, bare branches and grasses to design lovely garden displays when the ground is frozenFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: California Buckwheat Pleases Pollinators
Beneficial insects go wild for this drought-tolerant plant’s summer flowers, while seed heads feed critters foraging in the coldFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESCentral Plains Gardener's September Checklist
This month, go easy on the deadheading, savor the beauty of sunflowers and look ahead to next year's gardenFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESPacific Northwest Gardener: What to Do in May
Take advantage of May's warmth to prune spring blooms and plant vegetables and annuals for a summer bountyFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESSouthwest Gardener's March Checklist
Dust off your gardening tools and get busy pruning to help your trees and plants reach their full potentialFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESPacific Northwest Gardener's August Checklist
Deadheading perennials, cutting raspberry canes and preparing for the onion harvest keeps Northwest gardeners busy in AugustFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESKeep Your Cool in the Garden — Here’s What to Do in August
Don’t let summer’s heat go to your head. These U.S. gardening guides will help you make sensible choices for all of your plantingsFull Story
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