Are you ready to add an old-fashioned aesthetic to your garden? Do you love a plant that has history and beauty all wrapped up into one? Planting a ‘Reine des Violettes’ rose may just be the ticket to take your garden to the next heavenly-scented level! Join gardening expert Taylor Sievers as she chats all about these scrumptious old-fashioned roses.
Have you ever seen the sweet spring-blooming wildflower known as Dutchman’s breeches? If you’ve seen them, you’ll probably want to grow them in your own backyard. In this article, gardening expert and native plant enthusiast Liessa Bowen will discuss the proper care and maintenance of these beautiful native wildflowers.
If you love fragrant flowers in the garden, freesias are simply wonderful. In this article, gardening expert Melissa Strauss shares how to grow these delightfully fragrant and beautiful flowers that look great outdoors and indoors.
Garden annuals bring fun, excitement, and dynamism to the planting display. Add new colors and textures to the garden and change its look for seasonal variation. With long-blooming annuals, you’ll get nonstop color and multi-season appeal. Choosing which annuals to grow together may be the most fun part of the process. For annual flower bed combinations that look great together, follow garden professional Katherine Rowe in exploring colors and textures that pop.
Lawns do have their benefits, but there are also downsides to consider, from environmental impact to water usage and – of course – mowing. Gardening expert Madison Moulton lists 13 native groundcovers you can use to replace patches of lawn, saving you time and helping the environment in one go.
Color is not hard to find in a shady garden. You just have to know where to look. This list of 27 plants will give you the best choices for glorious foliage and pretty flowers, some ground covers, and some tall, bushy types, so there are good options for any look. The shade is the perfect spot to start a wild or meadow garden and make use of the many charming plants that you can grow.
Orchids love high humidity, growing best in humidity levels above 50%. But if your indoor air is too dry and plants are struggling, there are measures you can take to meet your orchid’s humidity needs. Houseplant expert Madison Moulton explains orchid humidity requirements and what you can do to meet them.