Gardening is good for your health!
If Santa had a garden, what plants would he grow? (Hint: cool-weather, festive ones...)
Tropical plants won’t survive winter outdoors where temperatures freeze. But you can save them. Here’s how.
Splashy colors, big leaves: crotons add color indoors and out.
So many bold colors! Asters are fall favorites for gardeners and butterflies.
Having a garden that stays colorful into the late fall isn’t as challenging as you might think. See some colorful options!
Perennial-filled hanging baskets from the Montreal Botanic Gardens are beautiful autumn decor.
Gardening near the Arctic Circle is surprisingly colorful. Discover cool-weather containers from Iceland.
These five Florida perennials bloom and bloom and bloom.
Add nectar-rich plants to your yard to attract and feed migrating butterflies.
Small grasses, such as mondo, liriope, and blue fescue add color and texture to landscapes.
Coleus is one of my favorite plants.
Doing a little work in your front yard can make your home more valuable.
Make your table burst with seasonal flair this holiday with houseplants.
Give your beautiful curcuma plant the right winter care.
Keep your favorite tropical hibiscus alive in winter -- even if you live in a cold climate.
Enjoy the beauty of tropical mandevilla even after the snow flies.
Get big color impact with a fountain of fall color.
Fall planting perennials is a smart thing to do because you'll be rewarded with tons of color in your spring and summer garden.
It's fall -- time for apple cider, pumpkin spice lattes and Halloween candy. It's also the best time to plant perennials. Here's why.
Add festive fall flair with delightful miniature peppers.
Get tips for picking the perfect mums, keeping them happy, and designing with them in your yard.
Transform your backyard garden into a personal haven with our easy tips.
Pansies are the cheerleaders of the cool-season garden. Their happy flowers provide a big boost of color to beds, borders, and containers.