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Dig It–Not! The No-Dig Gardening Method

Want a garden without the backbreaking task of digging? Try this method.

Make Your Garden a Twilight Retreat

After dark, your garden could be a magical place.

Summer Surprises: Late-blooming flowers

A wealth of late-summer flowers is available for our gardens—and not just plants in the mint and daisy families

Crevice gardens allow gardeners to grow xeric plants in unique setting

some local gardeners are starting to experiment with crevice gardens—a new type of easy-to-maintain garden centerpiece.

Hostas are a shoo-in for shady areas

Hostas come in endless varieties, colors and sizes By Mary Lynn Bruny Come blistering summer months, nothing is as inviting as a calm, cool shade garden—especially...

Gardening helps seniors look forward

Keep On Keeping On This senior learned a whole new way of doing things so he could keep gardening at his new home. By Lisa Truesdale As resident programs...

Feature Garden: A mature oasis of greenery and blooms

SHADY. SUNNY. SERENE This mature garden is an oasis of greenery and blooms that three generations enjoy. By Carol Brock Kristin and George Karakehian are avid gardeners....

Wild native plants that are suitable for local gardens

Wild for Wild Ones: The Rockies are full of wild native plants and many are suitable for local gardens. By Panayoti Kelaidis I know a handful of...

Feature Garden: Set In Stone

This garden was carved out of a hillside and “set” in amazing stonework.

Creating Nirvana in a Garden

These tips can help generate a spiritual essence in your garden. By Tori Peglar The ancient Chinese philosopher and poet Lao Tzu once wrote, “A journey...