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An Eden of Trees

This 3-acre property sports only edible plants for people and wildlife alike. Story and photos by Lisa Truesdale Like any avid collector, Scott Skogerboe will go to...

Show Your Colors – Using the Color Wheel in Your Garden

The color wheel is a good tool for helping you pick colors for your garden. By Arna Cohen The world is full of spectacular gardens: Pierre...

Fiery Fall Flowers

Plant these flowers and grasses for fabulous fall colors in the garden. By Lisa Marshall Just say the words “fall flowers” and you’ll likely conjure up...

The Queen of Climbers

Whether you pronounce it CLEM-a-tis or cle-MAT-is, these pretty plants climb and shine. By Mary Lynn Bruny During a garden tour years ago, I found myself...

Sweet Treats for Soil

Creating a sustainable soil environment is crucial to growing vigorous plants. Here’s a guide to organic fertilizers that will help your soil become healthy. Text...

Why We Should Ban Neonicotinoids

From the Task Force on Systemic Pesticides [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QceID-Vb64] The Task Force on Systemic Pesticides provides comprehensive, independent analysis to inform more rapid & improved decisions...

It’s Good to be King

Dramatic, showy foliage makes this king of begonias an indoor/outdoor must-have. Text and photos by Mary Lynn Bruny The Rex begonia is a regal plant worthy...

Shady Secrets: Growing successful shady gardens

Shade gardens require a little extra TLC to be successful. Whether you’ve got tree shade, dappled shade or deep shade, here are some suggestions for...

Out & About: Creating Outdoor Rooms

Summer’s the time to enjoy your yard, and creating an outdoor room lets you enjoy it even more. Here are some tips for making an...

Hanging Baskets 101

Want flower baskets bursting with color and blooms? By Thad Johnson, Yatahai Gardens Here are Yatahai Gardens’ growing tips for the best baskets: Add Texture and Dimension....