GARDENING GUIDESYes, You Can Grow an Edible Garden on a Hot, Dry Site
Difficult garden spots don’t need to deter you from planting trees, herbs and other delicious food plantsFull Story
GARDENING FOR BUTTERFLIESGreat Design Plant: Columbine Grows Happily in Shade and Sun
Its ethereal beauty comes from complex forms and wide-ranging colors, but columbine’s benefits are highly attractive tooFull Story
FLOWERS AND PLANTSCarex Pensylvanica Fills the Void in Dry Shade Gardens
Plant Pennsylvania sedge in eastern U.S. woodlands or dry shade gardens for spring flowers and softly textured bright green leavesFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Thalictrum Dioicum Thrives in Dry Shade
Plant early meadow-rue in eastern U.S. woodland gardens for its tolerance of dry sites and shadeFull Story
GARDENING GUIDES5 Unsung Wildflowers That Thrive in Dry Shade
Turn shady problem spots into garden idylls with with these prolific, easy-care bloomersFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESYes, You Can Grow Food in a Shady Yard
Your shady garden doesn’t have to be forever barren. Berries, herbs and other shade-loving plants can produce a delicious bountyFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESShades of Vegetable Gardens: Growing Edibles in Less Sun
See how one gardener produces a veritable feast of vegetables and herbs under a canopy of shadeFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGrow a Beautiful Fall Garden in a Pot
Welcome autumn with 7 gorgeous plants that thrive in containers and enliven your porch or patio throughout the cooler seasonFull Story
EDIBLE GARDENSHerb Garden Essentials: Grow Your Own Oregano and Marjoram
Say 'buon giorno' to classic Italian herbs you can grow just as easily in pots as in the summer gardenFull Story
FLOWERSHerb Garden Essentials: Grow Your Own Fragrant Lavender
This do-it-all plant is ideal for almost any garden, and its uses are abundant around the homeFull Story
What ferns will grow in dry shade?
Does anything grow in dry shade?
Colorful Mounding or Spreading Shrub for dry dry dry shade
Pines, trees, "dry shade and what to do for birds etc.