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Spring flowers are a great way to ring in the new growing season. Here are some cheerful options for adding color to your spring garden.
If you are looking to get a jump on your vegetable garden, starting seeds indoors is a great option to consider. You can start vegetable seeds up to 6 weeks before the last threat of frost has passed, then transplant or move them outdoors after the frost-free date for your area.
Even when it’s cold outside, you can get a bit of a gardening fix with these ten garden related projects. You can get crafty making floral ornaments or paperweights. Get your hands dirty and add succulents or a fairy garden to your home for the winter months. I have dried flowers I’m just itching to use for handmade holiday gifts.
Have you ever wondered how the perennials blooming in your garden came to be? The world of plant hybridizing is fascinating and complex, and we’re ready to give you some insight into the process. Enjoy this interview with the lead hybridizer of many Proven Winners perennials, Hans Hansen.
It’s easy to pick out pretty plants at the garden center, but how do you know which plants will go well together in the garden or in your patio pots? We’re sharing ten beautiful ideas with you here, complete with details like how much sun and water they’ll need to thrive.
Use these tried-and-true fall flowers to brighten up your landscape with a final burst of color before the season winds down.
Evergreen hedges are wonderful, but in spots where winter screening isn’t vital and you’d like to have a pop of color, consider growing a hedge of flowering shrubs instead. Find 10 ideas in this inspirational article.
Accessorizing a porch, patio or deck with beautiful hanging basket flowers is a great way to maximize your outdoor space. Combine plants with upright, mounding or trailing habits for a “thriller, spiller, filler” effect. Mix and match varieties with flowers and foliage in different shapes and colors. Move baskets around the yard or switch out new plants for a fresh look all summer long.
Having a fun garden that expresses your style doesn’t have to break the bank. Here are ten ideas for using thrifted and vintage décor to add character to your outdoor and indoor garden spaces
When spring planting is done or after the garden is put to bed in the fall, gardeners often have a bit of extra time on their hands. Fall and Winter are the perfect time to consider non-plant garden projects. These 10 ideas range from quick and simple to “get out the power tools.” We hope they’ll inspire you to create something new.