Plant growing guide Articles
With fancy foliage and long-blooming flowers, begonias add nonstop color to outdoor landscapes and home interiors.
Grow this exotic-looking tropical plant with eye-catching foliage indoors as a houseplant or outdoors during warmer weather.
Red twig dogwoods are easy-care deciduous shrubs that contribute color to the landscape in all four seasons.
This widely grown fruit tree is also a popular ornamental houseplant, occurring in a range of colors, shapes and sizes.
Have you ever noticed how color can impact your mood? Whether you have a favorite color in mind, or want to combine them all for a kaleidoscope of blooms, use these ideas to help pick the perfect palette for your garden.
Coneflower is an easy-to-grow perennial with long-lasting daisy-like flowers that attract beneficial pollinators and songbirds.
Lilac is one of the most beloved spring-blooming shrubs, valued for its hardiness, reliability, carefree nature and intoxicating fragrance
Catmint is a carefree, easy-to-grow plant with an extra-long bloom time that deserves a spot in any landscape.
Boxwood (Buxus spp.) is one of the most popular and versatile garden shrubs, providing year-round structure and color in the landscape.
Dress up a porch, patio, deck, arbor or pergola with dazzling petunia hanging baskets. This quintessential summer flower comes in a wide array of colors and patterns that go with any home exterior or landscape style.