If you’ve always wanted to grow your own vegetables but never had room for a traditional garden, your salad days may have finally arrived. Check out this incredibly informative how-to book and start planting.
A little effort planting bulbs in autumn will be rewarded in spring with the first bursts of glorious color and the promise of the blooming cycle to come.
Beware the promise of “natural” landscapes, there is still plenty of maintenance involved in tending a “Back to Nature” garden.
Are you tired of the same old scene? Want to try some of the fancy new ideas in glitzy magazines?
The great thing about flowers is that you really can’t go wrong with them. Even if a perennial bed doesn’t turn out exactly like what you envisioned, chances are it’s going to be attractive.
With a little planning you can simplify your gardens and your life.
A vegetable garden does not have to look like an old shoe. There’s no reason to not combine flowers and good design with edibles.
The secret is they don’t. There is this myth about perennials returning each year and producing a sequence of bloom that continues all season long. Well, it’s just not so.
A few ideas to keep in mind when you’re planning your gardens and choosing plants.