Introduce edible plants into your landscape.
Attract songbirds by planting bearberry.
The best of the best from the 2011 OG Test Gardens.
Wildlife offers a lesson on the interconnectedness of nature.
How to start a community garden.
When growing vegetables becomes an act of civil disobedience.
An Austin garden nurtures wildlife, both great and small.
Here are some low-cost alternatives to creosote-soaked railroad ties in your garden.
Gates, arbors, and steps are the transitional spaces between garden rooms, guiding visitors on a journey of discovery.
We've come up with 25 annuals that your perennial border can't be without.
Six principles for successful shade-garden design.
A glorious garden collaboration in Montgomery, Alabama.
The sound of water brings your garden to life.
Follow the rule of thirds to create pleasing garden combinations
Miniature trains plus miniature plants equals delight on a large scale.
A landlord and his tenant team up to save rainwater, money, and time.
Researching what you need will help make your dream of a greenhouse a reality.
Harness rain and put it to good use in your garden.
Colonial Williamsburg shows us that gardening techniques have remained surprisingly consistent for 260 years.
Vegetables, ornamentals, and a farmyard menagerie add up to a labor of love for a Pacific Northwest gardener.