Container Gardening Articles
Do you find dark plants intriguing? Could your garden use a little more mystery? A goth garden might be just your style. Check out these ideas for designing a goth garden and the enchanting elements one might include.
You could harvest your next meal from your expansive vegetable garden, but what if you’re someone who gardens solely on a balcony or don’t have room for a dedicated veggie patch? Good news! You can grow plenty of herbs, small fruits and vegetables in containers, and you might find a few edible flowers growing in your landscape, too. Here are five tips to get you started.
There are some special considerations when it comes to containers for fall color.
Flowers come in many colors and many forms. One often overlooked type are flowers that feature more than one color. These Bicolored blooms can be a great addition to any garden.
With the right sun, water, fertilizer and a bit of care you can grow truly super Superbells®.
Learn how "Bad" shade areas can be real assets in your garden.
Early spring is a hard time for gardeners because the days have become warmer and the inactivity of winter is pushing you to get something planted out in the garden. The call to get planting before the threat of frost has passed is hard to ignore. There are some plants that, if properly hardened off, will take several frosts with little or no damage and are perfect for early plantings.
Create a container garden even a vampire could love by utilizing plants with dark folige and flowers.