Top of the Crop

Are you looking to narrow down the vast choice of options available to you when making decisions for your garden? Well, you've come to the right place. Let Gardening Know How give you their top picks for anything and everything gardening.

    When it comes to container plantings, our thoughts immediately shift to flowers, vegetables, herbs, succulents, etc. But grasses? Not so much. However, grasses are really . . .
    Your garden is more beautiful and balanced when you add vertical interest. Perennial vines work perfectly in this role, growing up a trellis, wall or . . .
    Plants can really jazz up dark corners in your home, but figuring out exactly what indoor plants are suitable for low light conditions can be . . .
I’ve certainly never been accused of being normal or in need of trying to keep up with the Jones’ by any means. This applies to . . .
Adding some life to your work space can really perk up your day. Houseplants help clean the air, bring the outdoors in and actually boost . . .
The United States is home to a huge number of public gardens, and no two are the same. Some gardens may showcase collections of rare . . .
Choosing just the right Christmas tree for your family can be overwhelming, especially if you’re not familiar with all the various types out there. To . . .
A simple bouquet of fresh cut flowers in a vase has a way of brightening up a room and giving it a welcoming feel. This . . .
The first frost. It’s a spectre that looms over the head of every cold climate gardener. It wipes out sensitive plants, like peppers and tomatoes, . . .
Garden areas with sandy soil can be tricky places in which to plant. Sandy soil drains quickly, often too quickly for many plants, leaving them . . .
If you are lucky enough to live by the sea, you already know about the joys of an invigorating sea breeze. Your plants may experience . . .
I don’t think I have ever visited a botanical garden where I didn’t see the famous quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson “The Earth Laughs in . . .
When you close your eyes and imagine paradise, it may very well be filled with flowers and birdsong. You can attract birds to your own . . .
If you have a “mini-me” hot on your heels in the garden, it’s time to teach them the basics. Even the tiniest tots are fascinated . . .
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