With a few quick fixes, you can perk up your veggies and flowers and keep your garden looking good until the weather stops you cold.
Updated: August 24, 2010, - 04:14 PM
Instead of turning your back on a shady corner, turn it into a sweet retreat by using made-for-the-shade plants that pop.
Updated: August 03, 2010, - 03:52 PM
Heirlooms are hot commodities in many gardens, but these tried-and-true plants, while popular, aren't always the best choice.
Updated: July 06, 2010, - 03:49 PM
Seed saving is a way to grow locally and preserve memories as well as plant diversity.
Updated: September 07, 2009, - 05:12 PM
Instead of clear-cutting your garden in fall, leave some stems standing to catch your eye - and the insulating snow.
Updated: August 16, 2009, - 11:14 AM
Getting bulbs to come back year after year can be difficult unless you choose bulbs that promise many happy returns.
Updated: August 16, 2009, - 10:40 AM
Whether you grow them for their showy seedheads or their fall foliage, ornamental grasses bring a welcome shot of drama to the autumn garden.
Updated: August 16, 2009, - 10:32 AM
Warmer weather doesn't lessen the need for winter mulch. Because we can't rely on a thick layer of insulating snow, mulching is even more important, so don't toss all those leaves.
Updated: August 16, 2009, - 10:28 AM
Q Last spring my peony had buds, but the buds never opened. My neighbors had their lawn sprayed at about...
Updated: March 27, 2009, - 10:23 AM