Essential elements for plant nutrition include nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, copper, molybdenum, magnesium, iron, sulfur, manganese and boron. They come from the soil and from applied fertilizer. Plants obtain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen from the air or through the soil.
Refresh your gardens and containers midseason by adding a new grouping of colorful flowers or perennials to carry you through to fall. Here's how to do it.
With this easy-to-follow perennial care guide, every gardener can make perennials in their garden a success!
Less is more for today's gardener! Read this article for more gardening trends.
A landscape filled with mature, vigorous plants. It's what gardeners look forward to when they select perennials! But while healthy three- and four-year old perennials are the pride of any plant enthusiast, just one season can make the difference between a thriving, well-established bed or border and an overcrowded, lackluster one.
Try something new! Use this step-by-step guide to create your very own herb garden grown indoors.
Whether they're used to spruce up a party, your home, or given as a gift, the versatility of potted plants make them the ultimate living centerpiece!
Spring is rapidly approaching and there's no better time to start preparing your garden. Read this article for some great spring-cleaning tips!
It's all in the ingredients! This article tells you everything you need to know about fertilizing your plants.