Add Fun and Whimsy to Your Garden With Art
Find ideas for adding a little quirky personality to your yard.
Garden With the Moon
Wonder if lunar gardening is right for you? Learn more about following the moon as you tackle garden tasks.
Tips for Growing Tomatillos
Tart and tasty tomatillos are your secret weapon when it comes to making authentic Mexican food. Here’s all you need to know about growing tomatillos.
Grow Your Best Tomatoes Ever
Love tomatoes? Get ready for your best harvest yet, thanks to these easy-grows-it tips.
Don't Make These Landscaping Mistakes
Learn how to avoid common landscaping blunders and how to remedy the ones that may already be creeping into your yard.
Plant a Pollinator-Friendly Container Garden
No matter where you live, pollinators — bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, moths and bats — play an essential role in ensuring that you have fresh, bountiful food to eat. In short: no pollinators, no food. Make your backyard a haven for our hardworking friends with a pollinator-friendly container garden that'll add lushness to your landscape while providing them with everything they need to keep saving the world.
For texture and vibrant color, landscape designers planted Russian sage and a range of ornamental grasses.
A big birch tree shades this backyard in the afternoon. The yard slopes down significantly as it reaches lake's edge, so a rock garden with larger and then smaller boulders makes that transition feel more natural.
Simple, visually-interesting plantings are at once dynamic and in keeping with this home's minimalist design aesthetic.
Concrete retaining walls are just the simple foil this drought-tolerant garden needs. Tan gravel brings a touch of warmth and permeability.