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Add everlasting color to your landscape with shrubs that retain their foliage all year long
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.
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.
If you are anything like me, the dream is to have a gorgeous garden regardless of the time of year. Having a garden that is always colorful will take time, persistence, patience, and planning. Just like any other garden, a garden that is always in color will need updating and care as time goes on. Here are twelve items to consider when planning an ever-colorful garden.
Understanding and employing the basics elements of garden design will transform your garden from a collection of plants into one beautifully crafted, cohesive space. We’ll review ten principles that are critical to successful landscape design, and you’ll learn what key terms like texture, contrast and viewpoint mean as they relate to garden elements.
Wondering what to pair with your spring flowering bulbs that will make a spectacular show, or which perennials will hide the bulb foliage as they go dormant? You’ll find ten answers here!
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.