Container Gardening

Taking Houseplants Outdoors in the Spring

  Houses are often stuffy for plants when the weather is mild and pleasant. Most houseplants thrive in the fresh […]

Exotic, Accessible Agapanthus

Brides traditionally wear or carry “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.”  Gardens—whether they are arrays of ...

Ancient Tomatoes for Modern Gardens

Tomatoes have made an epic evolutionary journey from the currant-sized fruit of their wild ancestor to the beefsteak behemoths of […]

Growing Container Blueberries

Compact berries for containers are popular, and more and more varieties are being developed for container culture. Compact blueberries are […]

Fantastically Cool Ferns for Homes

Most home gardeners likely think of the lush, reliable Boston fern when thinking about ferns as houseplants, but there are […]

Creating Japanese Kokedama

Creating Japanese Kokedama

February can be the longest short month for gardeners. In cold winter climates it is frequently too soon to get […]