LANDSCAPE DESIGNGarden Overhaul: Which Plants Should Stay, Which Should Go?
Learning how to inventory your plants is the first step in dealing with an overgrown landscapeFull Story
HOUSEPLANTSSee How Fiddleleaf Fig Trees Can Liven Up Your Decor
The tropical houseplant with big green leaves adds a cheerful and striking design element to roomsFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESLook Out for Lacewings: Beneficial Insects Coming to a Garden Near You
Lacewings are delicate insects that produce alligator-like, hungry offspring that devour aphids and other garden pestsFull Story
HOUSEPLANTSPlay Up Some Fiddleleaf Figs for a Lively Indoor Tune
Strike a dramatic chord in a minimalist scene or a country note in a rustic setting — fiddleleaf fig plants harmonize with any styleFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Golden Digger Wasp: A Beneficial Flower-Visiting Insect
Introducing the great golden digger wasp, a colorful pollinator that also hunts foliage-eating insectsFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Common Fig
A full form and delicious fruits make this Middle Eastern tree a favorite in gardens around the worldFull Story
FALL GARDENING5 Ways to Put Fall Leaves to Work in Your Garden
Improve your soil and yard the organic way with a valuable garden booster that grows on treesFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESThis Fly Is One of the Most Beneficial Insects Around
Meet the syrphid fly, a colorful pollinator that also beats chemicals for controlling aphids and other garden pestsFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESOrganic Matters: Thwart Insect Pests With Trap Crops
Add a few sacrificial plants to your garden to lure insects away from the harvestFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Helianthus Maximiliani Attracts Beneficial Insects
Maximilian sunflower’s striking yellow flowers light up the fall landscape and attract pollinators and beneficial insects at a crucial timeFull Story
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What are these insects and are they harmful to my figs?
Fig leaves with Redish / Brown Veins On BackSide and Leave Tips.
Fig report: which fig varieties did best for you this year?
Insect on Fig Leaf