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Hydrangeas add a huge boost to the garden, but many home gardeners are confused about caring for them. Read on for a quick how to on this garden favorite.
Designing your garden for all-season bloom can be a daunting task, but it doesn't need to be. For 3 quick tips on keeping color going in the garden, read on.
This year's April showers definitely brought us May flowers. To keep up with spring's bounty, here's May's monthly list of chores.
Growing herbs is simple, rewarding and time-honored in the garden.
Plants don't read our tags, though wouldn't it be nice if they did? Read on for tips on plant size and other gardening tidbits.
Gardener's learn from each other. We gain inspiration for our gardens from visiting others. Here are 4 on the East Coast, some far, some a drive away, that are totally worth the visit.
Unifying the garden can seem overwhelming, but with just a few quick changes, you can create a more harmonious space to enjoy.
In April we hold our breath. Everything is either budding or blooming, and yet we all know, it could happen--the dreaded April frost which destroys our spring beauties. April is why frost cloth exists. It's the first thing on this month's chore list. Buy frost cloth for those peonies you can't bear to lose.
It's finally time to start the vegetable garden. Sometimes waiting on that feels like waiting on Christmas. Wait no more.
Who doesn't love blueberries? Who doesn't want to grow their own? Read up. It's so easy.