These elegant early bloomers carpet the ground with color.
Planting heat-tolerant annuals ensures that your borders bloom all season long.
Even if you can’t keep bees yourself, you can still garden for them.
Leeks, shallots, and other onion cousins add fine flavors to your winter meals, and they are a cinch to grow
The Best Flowers from Organic Gardening's 2011 Test Garden
Old-fashioned cottage pinks: heady fragrance in a petite package.
Cut flowers are a great way of bringing the garden indoors and brightening any space during the hot summer months.
For vivid summer color and strong garden presence, dahlias are unsurpassed.
A grow-your-own wedding, Rodale style
Gorgeous summer bloom and folk medicine.
Control pests by planting these flowers for borders and drawing beneficial insects into your garden.
We've gathered a list of fantastic cut flowers, now all you have to do is choose which ones to grow.
Capture all of your senses by planting flowers that please your eyes and your nose.
A Tennessee artist turns landfill-bound plastic into blooming beauty.
Save money and grow flowers not usually available in stores by starting your own annual flowers.
For fragrance, heirloom lilacs have no peer.
Helleborus x hybridis
Try these sustainable and organic sources for gorgeous cut flowers.
Flowering trees bring the landscape to life. Their blossoms will delight your senses and set your garden apart.