2017-02-22T11:03:54ZFlowers and herbs in the vegetable garden offer several benefits. They can protect your vegetables from insects and even make them more productive.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZCrassula plants are a large group of succulent plants that include Jade plants and many intriguing and oddly shaped specimens. Tips for growing crassula plants, indoors and out.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZYou don't need a garden to grow delicious strawberries. Here's how to grow and care for strawberry plants in pot, for a harvest within arm's reach.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZAll roses are beautiful, but fragrant roses are extra special. And who would be better qualified than the 'All America Rose Selections' to clue us into some great growing roses with exceptional fragrance. Here are their picks from the last 5 decades.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZThere are many common garden and house plants that can cause poisoning problems, from itching to death. Here are 5 to plant and grow with caution.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZIf a little is good, more isn't necessarily better. These 3 gardening practices are almost certain to kill your garden plants.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZDespite little research to prove Epsom salts have any effect on plants, many seasoned gardeners swear it helps plants grow stronger and produce better.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZWhether you're short of space or long on convenience, growing vegetables in containers makes sense for you. Here are the nitty gritty tips for success.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZAsking annual flowers to put up with hot, baking sun, dry soil, or high humidity is no small challenge. These 12 flowers can take it all and thrive.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZSwiss chard, or silver beet, is a fast growing, leafy vegetable that can handle cool temperatures and summer heat. Grow Swiss chard as a spinach substitute. Growing Swiss chard couldn't be easier.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZPros and cons of the most commonly used organic garden pesticides, including insecticidal soap and oils, neem, and pyrethrins, and when to use which.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZBeets are a fast growing vegetable that can be grown just about anywhere and all parts of the plant are edible. Here's how to grow a great harvest.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZLate blight is a serious problem of tomato and potato plants. It spreads quickly over long distances. Here's what to look for and what to do about it.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZA bit of spring rose care will mean healthier roses throughout the growing season. It's time to wake up your roses with some TLC.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZConeflowers (Echinacea), rugged native American plants, bloom throughout summer. Here are some growing tips to get the most from these popular plants.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZCup and Saucer Vine is a sprawling, vigorous vine with unusual bell-shaped flowers, with a sweet honey scent. Here are some tips for growing it well.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZMoss gives any garden a sense of age and weight. To grow moss requires giving it the right growing conditions and patience while it gets established.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZThey don't call them birdhouse gourds for nothing. With little effort, turn your birdhouse gourd into an actual gourd bird house. These step-by-step instructions will walk you through how to make a gourd bird house of your own.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZWhether you cut your ornamental grasses in spring or fall, it can be messy. This technique is an easy way to cut them back, without leaves falling everywhere.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZBlossom drop is a common and frustrating tomato growing problem that can be attributed to several causes. Here's how to prevent it happening to you.
2017-02-22T11:03:54ZThere are 100s of garlic varieties and the only way to taste them all is to grow them yourself. Here are tips for choosing and growing the best.