For beautiful, long-lasting summer blooms, few plants are as prolific as crape myrtle. But just what do you need to do to ensure these stunning specimens will thrive in your landscape?
You can mix and match different colored flowers, from pastels to bright red, to create the mood and effect that best suits your garden. The great thing about flowers is that you really can’t go wrong with them.
This summer, try starting your own garden bed and growing plants from seedlings or planting container plants. Whether you are planting vegetables or flowers, starting your own garden can be a very rewarding and fruitful experience, pun intended.
Late spring is ideal for gardening, and while May can be warmer or cooler depending on where you live and what your general climate is like, these May garden tips can help you keep your flowerbeds, lawn, vegetable garden, and containers in peak condition for fabulous foliage, perfect plants, and beautiful blooms.
Spring is a favorite season for many gardeners, and performing the proper tasks from late winter through late spring can help you enjoy a productive, bountiful growing season. In late winter… When a few warm days arrive late in winter, it's time to start thinking about spring gardening.
It’s almost that time of the year again. April is upon us and you know what that means. It’s time to break out your tools and go to work on your garden.
When the days lengthen, temperatures rise and the air has that unmistakable balmy feel of spring, you may be eager to open your pond.
Roses are an inspiration to many beautiful things but proper pruning is what gets them there. In most cases roses need annual pruning to keep them healthy, flowering, shaped and on the right track. That's why it's important to look for signs on the stems and shoots.
You don't need a huge plot of land or the perfect climate to grow vegetables. It can be fun and productive to have an indoor vegetable garden, but indoor gardening is different from outdoor gardening and does take some special care.
If you're eager to get your hands back into the soil, now's a great time to get your fingernails dirty! Mid winter is perfect for repotting your indoor plants since many plants need to be transplanted into larger containers every two to three years.