Published: Mon, 13 Mar 2017 12:04:30 +0000
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZSubmit a Gardening Tip Controlling Snails and Slugs. Share What's Worked in Your Garden and What Hasn't.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZAvocado Tree from Pit. Gardening. Page 7.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZA New Foundation. Gardening. Page 8.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZFairy House in Fairy Garden. Gardening. Page 19.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZZinnia Garden. Gardening. Page 20.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZWindow Boxes of Color. Gardening. Page 9.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZFairy Garden. Gardening. Page 18.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBackyard Frog Pond. Gardening.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZZinnia Profusion. Gardening. Page 21.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZRaised bed gardening refers to gardening in soil that has been mounded or contained higher than the surrounding soil. Raised bed gardening is an old gardening practice, but it’s currently growing in popularity again because it offers several advantages to simply growing your plants in level ground. Here are some easy kits for building your own raised bed.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBackyard Pond in Virginia. Gardening. Page 2.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZHardy Mums. Gardening. Page 22.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZFrozen Backyard Pond in Winter. Gardening. Page 3.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZClimbing Rose. Gardening. Page 3.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZGarden Gazebo and Patio. Gardening. Page 30.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZCourtyard Garden. Gardening. Page 18.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZDesigning a drought-tolerant, or xeric, garden doesn't mean you can't use plants you already love. Many garden plants are very drought-tolerant, as you can see from the list of plants here, to include in your xeriscape garden. Page 3.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZGardens have to be watered, making a good hose an essential gardening tool. Garden hoses can be reliable or they can be a headache. Price is very often an indicator of quality in a garden hose, because you are paying for stronger material that will not only last, but will hold up to higher water pressure. Here are some recommended garden hoses.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZCompanion Planing in the Vegetable Garden. Page 7.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZThe following photos demonstrate the diversity of gardening in containers.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZLack of humidity is a culprit in may indoor plant deaths, especially during the winter. You may first notice a low humidity problem as browning leaf tips on your houseplants. As a plant dehydrates, it can start to look withered, puckered or simply drop its leaves.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZUnder the Pagoda. Gardening. Page 22.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZGarden Gazebo. Gardening. Page 31.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZGarden Courtyard. Gardening. Page 19.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZFlowers that can be started inexpensively from seed, outdoors in your garden. These annual flowers grow quickly and bloom for months.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZPagoda by the Water. Gardening. Page 23.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZMums and Roses. Gardening. Page 23.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZContainer gardening lets you experiment with different styles and gardening techniques. Here are some unusual plant containers and pots to help you design your container gardens.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZThe Cascade Gardens™ Adjustable Height Trellis is an innovative idea that lets you decide how tall your trellis should be. A trellis that fits anywhere and adjusts to the height you need.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZThere's no avoiding weeding and watering the garden, but there are ways to lessen the load. Incorporate a few of these tips and work less.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBacopa 'Snowtopia White'. Gardening. Page 3.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZWhite Rose. Gardening. Page 5.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZCreeping Rose Bush. Gardening. Page 4.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZDelphinium Walkway. Gardening. Page 11.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZNight Garden. Gardening. Page 16.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZPatio Pots. Gardening. Page 10.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZVoles are a huge garden pest, tunneling, eating and destroying plants. Here's a quick and simple tip for keeping voles from eating your plant's roots.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZPortulacas. Gardening. Page 25.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZNew Rock Garden. Gardening. Page 17.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBearded Iris. Gardening. Page 4.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZGeraniums. Gardening. Page 21.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZInside the Gazebo. Gardening. Page 32.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZTucked Away Garden. Gardening. Page 13.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZEtched and Painted Gourd Bird House. Page 3.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBird at Frozen Pond. Gardening. Page 4.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZScabiosa 'Blue Butterfly'. Gardening. Page 5.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZWater Garden Pond in Pakistan. Gardening. Page 5.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZVegetable Window Boxes. Gardening. Page 15.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZWhat is meant by softwood when you are taking cuttings of trees and shrubs?
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZElephant Ears Jungle. Gardening. Page 29.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZMorning Glories. Gardening. Page 24.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZGarden Structures. Gardening. Page 13.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZColorful Garden Corner. Gardening. Page 26.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZPotted Hyacinth Line the Entryway. Page 5.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZPink Rose Tree. Gardening. Page 6.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZDiascia Flritation Orange is a long blooming annual that's great for containers and as a low growing edger in a flower border. Page 6.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZThe American Hort. Societys A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants is a definitive reference on over 20,000 plants grown around the world. This book deserves a spot in every gardening library, since it can answer almost every growing question a gardener asks about their plants.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZPotted Fuchsias. Gardening. Page 24.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBackyard Garden. Gardening. Page 14.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZTrellis Garden Bench. Gardening. Page 14.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZGarden Idea. Gardening. Page 11.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZHaving the latest daylily used to be a badge of honor. But now that it's becoming hard to tell them apart, are they still garden worthy?
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBorder Flowers. Gardening. Page 27.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZPowis Castle in Tennessee. Gardening. Page 28.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZThe Black Eyed Susan Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm' is becoming ubiquitous and for good reason. Few plants bloom longer with less fuss. Page 3.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZMaking a Garden. Gardening. Page 12.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZDaylilies. Gardening. Page 15.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZHere's a great example of a gourd bird house. It's painted and decked out to welcome any nesting bird. Page 2.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZUsing Your Houseplants as a Table Centerpiece. Page 3.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBlack Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon 'Nigrescens'). Page 10.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZAgapanthus and Clivia. Gardening. Page 8.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZDecorative Bird Houses made from Bird House Gourds
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZContainers of Fuchsias. Gardening. Page 9.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZRudbeckia 'Prairie Sun' is becoming a classic. Usually grown as an annual, it's a fast grower and quickly gets tall and stately. Page 2.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZHome Water Garden in Pakistan. Gardening. Page 8.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZIce on the berry bush. Gardening. Page 16.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZIf your garden soil tested low in pH or alkaline, what does that mean?
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZDesigning a drought-tolerant, or xeric, garden doesn't mean you can't use plants you already love. Many garden plants are very drought-tolerant, as you can see from these tips for creating a successful drought-tolerant garden. Page 2.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBlueberry - Pink Lemonade Blueberries. Page 4.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZPotted Hyacinth Scenting the House. Page 11.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZSnow Topped Bird Bath. Gardening. Page 17.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBegonia 'Scentsation Mixed'. Gardening. Page 4.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZRose Standards. Gardening. Page 7.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZFall gardening may be the best of all worlds. There's no spring rush to get things planted and pruned, the weather is pleasant enough to spend the day outside. Even the bugs are less of a pest. To insure that you have a great fall garden, you need to get the fall bloomers in the ground a few months earlier. Include at least a few fall blooming perennials in your garden bed, some shrubs with fall interest and don't overlook ornamental grasses, which often peak for the fall garden.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZAn angel thaws in the garden. Gardening. Page 15.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZMaking over a garden can become necessary when the garden becomes overgrown or when site conditions, like lighting, change. Sometimes gardeners simply want to try creating a new garden. Here is some advice for taking a look at where you are with your garden plans and reassessing what you can do to capitalize on what you have.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZGardening. Page 3.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZWhite Rose Walkway. Gardening. Page 12.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZPhoto of a well maintained vegetable garden. Page 9.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZSun Parasol Mandevilla. Gardening. Page 2.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZGomphrena 'Fireworks'. Gardening. Page 7.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZDisplaying Formal Hyacinth Flowers. Page 10.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZTop photos from the Fall Color Photo Challenge and suggestions of plants for fall gardens.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZBlue Clematis. Gardening. Page 2.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZThicket of Daylilies. Gardening. Page 16.
2017-03-13T12:04:30Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" >Plants are grouped by season. They start
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZColorful Cannas. Gardening. Page 6.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZA backyard oasis. Gardening. Page 20.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZPotted Daffodils in Doorway. Gardening. Page 2.
2017-03-13T12:04:30ZNew plants to try in your garden.