Our Garden Blog
Where our thoughts on gardening and landscaping grow. Join us in conversation.
A day with Brenna Henley, BB Barns' container designer, installing containers in downtown Asheville. Read on for inspiration and how-to on designing your fall and winter containers.
September is the month to sow new seed, apply a layer of compost, and hopefully begin thinking about putting the lawn mower away.
This week's sweat-shirt mornings hinted of fall, and the calendar rolled over to September. It's official. Fall cleanup begins now.
Cool weather greens can be planted now for a fall harvest. They're easy to grow, easy to harvest and good for you.
Growing dahlias for fall color and cut flowers. An easy how-to.
Small gardens can make a dramatic impact.
August chores are all about the harvest, getting ready for the big fall clean-up, and pickling everything.
Gardeners are passionate about their gardens, to the point (sometimes) of forgetting to take care of the gardener. Here are three infused water recipes and a few tips for taking care of the gardener.
Thanks to all of those who were able to participate in the Stubbs' Angels' Garden Tour, as well as those who dontated to the tuition fund. Please read on to learn more information for donations.
August is bearing down on us and so are the Japanese beetles, bagworms, black spot, and a whole bunch of stuff we've no clue what it is. It's the worst part of gardening but there is help.