In The Garden

Creating Color in Your Landscape

By Dotty Woodson, Horticulturist | Photos by Dotty Woodson ~ Nothing brightens the landscape more than colorful flowers and foliage, and spring is a perfect time to add color to

Make Your Yard Friendly for Wildlife!

By Melinda Myers | Photos by Melinda Myers~ We love watching bunnies hop across the lawn or ground squirrels scurry with a cheek-full of seeds — until they dine on

Tips for Your Seed Starting Success

By Melinda Myers~ You ordered some or all of the seeds to start your garden, and they are beginning to arrive. Make the most of your investment with a little

Perfume Your Garden with Lilies

By Melinda Myers~ The garden season is filled with flowers and scents that may generate fond memories of our past. You can add some delightful fragrance to your gardens and

Four Easy Holiday Season Gardening Trends

By Melinda Myers~ Whether you want to stand out at holiday gift exchanges or give beautiful gifts throughout the year, these low-maintenance gardening trends offer fun and classic ways to

Grow Frilly, Bold, and Unique Amaryllis in Your Garden This Winter

By Melinda Myers~ When the squirrels start storing nuts for winter, it’s time for gardeners to prepare amaryllis bulbs for the dreary months ahead. Ordering bulbs now ensures you have

Allium ‘Purple Sensation’ |

Plant Now for a Colorful Spring Display

By Melinda Myers~ It’s already time to think about spring! Fall is the time to plant daffodils, crocus, alliums, and other spring-flowering bulbs, so look for these early, cheery bloomers

Safely Manage Insect Pests in Your Gardens

Your plants will reward you beautifully By Melinda Myers ~ You plant and tend your garden to enjoy a bountiful harvest and beautiful blooms. And yet, despite proper planning and

Get Your Gloves On For Gardening

By Sue Mintz ~ There are many health benefits to getting a little dirt under your nails. US News and World Report reported that growing your own garden, whether it’s indoors,

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