The midsummer malaise can hit plants as the heat rises. Learn how to help your plants thrive despite the heat.
Gardens can sometimes start to look a bit tired as summer moves into it's final phases and fall arrives. Utilizing plants that bloom, develop brightly colored fruit or have great foliage color in later summer and fall is a great way to keep your garden looking fresh.
See photos and commentary on Kerry's garden in 2012.
Just as a pretty garden makes you happy, beautiful plantings in cities make a difference. In this article, read about towns in a national awards program that recognizes excellence.