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Salvaged windows and barn-board siding give a garden shed instant character. Thoughtful details, like the vintage window trim on the exterior and the cupola perched on the roof, transform what could be a basic storage shed into an inspiring garden-side re
Like the Spanish Mission style, the raised pool, the gate in the wall, the rustic pergola. Would be good for a corner lot, entry courtyard for house on a busy street or a backyard that backs up to a green space walking trail; creates a private space.
No shade garden is complete without astilbe. These rugged perennials thrive in moist shade, providing you with a summer's worth of big, bold,…
A Gardener's Guide to Lavender
It's easy to fall in love with lavender -- the plant features attractive foliage, beautiful flowers, and a great scent. Plus, it's resistant to drought, deer, and hungry bunnies. The key to success is knowing which type is right for your yard. Here are some of our favorites.
10 Plants that Grow Surprisingly Well in Containers
Early, Mid-, or Late Spring Spring's cool, moist conditions make it the perfect time to add trees and shrubs to your yard. Tip: The most common mistake when planting trees and shrubs is planting them too deeply. The root flare,
How to Get More Hydrangea Flowers
The key to getting more hydrangea flowers is to understand which hydrangea you're growing. Each type has slightly different requirements. Our helpful guide will help you choose the best hydrangeas for your yard.
If you want long-lived tulips, pick the species types. Species tulips are especially suited for growing in rock gardens or tucked into beds and borders. Find out more about the different varieties of tulips to add to your garden.
Weigela's red or pink trumpet-shape blooms are popular with hummingbirds. Some weigela varieties bear white flowers; others produce copper, burgundy, or variegated leaves. Learn more about this border shrub.