Whether you're selecting new plants, caring for your landscape or looking for design ideas, here's lots of inspiration for making the most of your fall garden.
This widely grown fruit tree is also a popular ornamental houseplant, occurring in a range of colors, shapes and sizes.
Have you ever noticed how color can impact your mood? Whether you have a favorite color in mind, or want to combine them all for a kaleidoscope of blooms, use these ideas to help pick the perfect palette for your garden.
Half of the fun of growing your own fruits, veggies and herbs is the stellar flavor you get from them. The other half of the fun is wowing your friends and family with the yummy food you’ve whipped up with your bounty. These 15 recipes feature our Proven Harvest plants as ingredients. Fresh produce elevates even simple recipes to new heights.
As one of the most beloved garden plants, hostas deserve a place in any landscape. Pair this easy-care perennial with other shade lovers for a dazzling display.
Coneflower is an easy-to-grow perennial with long-lasting daisy-like flowers that attract beneficial pollinators and songbirds.
Is there a low spot in your yard where water tends to pool for a day or more after a big rain? We’ll share a number of solutions that will help prevent flooding, redirect runoff or soak up the excess in this helpful article.
Some of the most beautiful gardens in the world are planted with a wide range of colors, from warm reds to cool blues and everything in between. Have you ever thought about trying to plant a garden bed that used every color of the rainbow? Officially, those colors are known as ROYGBIV on the spectrum—that stands for red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. It might be fun to try!
We’ll help you get started using the ideas for each color below. We have plant lists compiled for every one in the rainbow. Tap the links within each color category to explore further. If you’d prefer a more limited color palette, simply pick your favorites below and get started.
Lilac is one of the most beloved spring-blooming shrubs, valued for its hardiness, reliability, carefree nature and intoxicating fragrance
There’s nothing worse than walking into your garden and finding that deer have devoured your favorite plants. Short of installing nine-foot-tall deer fencing or repeatedly applying repellants, there are few sure cures. The good news is that there are specific plant traits that deer generally avoid. These four kinds of plants are your best bet if you share your garden with Bambi and her friends.