Forget about composting. Okay, maybe not entirely, but many parts of the produce we tend to toss away as inedible can be regrown. Here are . . .
Rock gardens are fun, multi-dimensional spaces. The opportunity to populate the garden with diverse plants can create a fascinating show of color, texture and form. . . .
Plants need water. It’s a basic truth and one that means a gardener’s work is never truly done, especially in those hot summer months when . . .
Those that know me or have read my books, such as The Garden Crypt, are not surprised that I have a love for anything strange . . .
I love tomatoes, as do many people, but I have to say that you really cannot beat the taste of fresh grown heirloom varieties. Heirloom . . .
Everybody has to start somewhere and that is no less true than with gardening. Starting a garden can be a bewildering and yet freeing project. . . .
Grass is lovely to play and walk upon but, boy, can it be a pain to maintain. Mowing, weeds, watering, and edging all combine to . . .
(Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden) I pride myself on being somewhat of an oddball, always looking for unusual plants for the garden or think outside . . .