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A vibrant display of cascading flowers fills the foreground. Lush, healthy blooms in shades of purple and white tumble from overflowing hanging pots, their delicate petals contrasting against the greenery.

Seeds

How to Grow Your Own Hanging Baskets from Seed

Are hanging baskets a main focal point of your summer gardens? Do you want to customize your own hanging baskets? You can easily grow your baskets from seed right from your own home. In this article, gardening expert Jill Drago will walk you through the simple steps of how to grow your own hanging baskets from seed.

Grow light tips. Pilea Peperomioides in pots under phyto lamp indoors. Pilea peperomioides is characterized by its unique, round, coin-shaped leaves attached to long, slender petioles emerging from a central stem.

Gardening Tips

Using Grow Lights: 9 Expert Tips

Whether you’re looking to start seedlings indoors or are hoping to shine some extra light on your indoor cacti, grow lights are a must-have item. But which light do you choose and how do you use it? Plant expert Briana Yablonski will share 9 tips for making the most of your grow lights.

A beautiful garden features a narrow, winding grass pathway bordered by colorful plants of varying heights.

Gardening Tips

15 Garden Design Ideas that Boost Curb Appeal

Looking to boost your front yard’s curb appeal? Curb appeal is attainable through simple enhancements and inspired garden design. Create a landscape bursting with visual appeal for you and your neighbors to enjoy. Follow with garden designer Katherine Rowe for a guide on achieving that inviting front yard charm.

Delicate pink muhly grass sways gracefully, casting a mesmerizing pink hue across the landscape. Each slender blade catches the light, creating a soft, ethereal ambiance and a breathtaking sight of nature's beauty.

Ornamental Gardens

21 Best Ornamental Grasses for Full Sun

Do you have a sunny spot in your landscape in need of something a little different? Ornamental grasses are a wonderfully showy way to fill in extra space. Ornamental grasses can also be a dramatic centerpiece for your garden. In this article, gardening expert Liessa Bowen introduces 21 of the best varieties of ornamental grasses for sunny landscape locations.

A meadow full of colorful blooms beckons diverse pollinators.

Flowers

How to Start a Pollinator Garden

To boost productivity in your garden and support local pollinator populations at the same time, you need a pollinator patch in your backyard. No matter your garden size, you can make a big impact by following these easy steps.

Start veggie garden. View of a veggie garden with various crops growing in raised and low beds in a sunny garden. Plants such as kale, tomatoes, carrots, lettuce and strawberries grow in the beds. On one of the raised beds there is a large metal watering can.

Vegetables

How to Start a Veggie Garden at Home

This beginner-friendly guide includes every step you need to turn a basic backyard into an epic food-growing oasis. Garden expert and former organic farmer Logan Hailey digs into the quickest and simplest ways to start a garden, even if you don’t have a green thumb (yet!)

Close-up of a Ruby-throated hummingbird sipping nectar from orange zinnia flower blooming in the garden. Zinnia is one of the favorite bird plants, especially for the hummingbird. The male sports a brilliant emerald-green back, while his throat, as the name suggests, shines with a stunning iridescent ruby-red hue, creating a striking contrast. The wings are translucent and move rapidly in a blur.

Gardening Tips

25 Top Plants to Attract Birds to Your Yard

Do you want to attract birds to your yard? Luckily, there is a plethora of beautiful plants you can grow and attract some feathered friends. In this article, gardening enthusiast and wildlife biologist Liessa Bowen introduces 25 top plants that will provide an abundance of food and shelter for a variety of different birds.

A vibrant, colorful garden border curves around a manicured lawn, creating a visually appealing contrast. The border is packed with a variety of flowers in shades of pink, purple, red, and white, including petunias, impatiens, and verbena.

Flowers

How to Start a Flower Garden From Scratch: 7 Expert Tips

If you see a flower garden in your future but aren’t sure where to start, we have some great advice to set you on the path to success. In this article, gardening expert Melissa Strauss shares some of the hurdles to creating a flower garden and how to get on the right road to a garden filled with color and life.

too much fertilizer. Close-up of a gardener's hand with granular fertilizer over a growing cabbage plant in the garden. A young cabbage plant consists of a compact rosette of large, broad, and lobed leaves that emerge from a central stem close to the ground. The leaves are blue-green in color with a waxy texture and slightly jagged edges. Granular fertilizers come in the form of many small, round, orange granules.

Fertilizer

Can You Use Too Much Fertilizer?

We all know there can be too much of a good thing. Using too much fertilizer can pose huge problems for plants, soil, and local ecology. Former organic farmer Logan Hailey digs into everything you need to know about over-fertilization.