Garden Trends

Looking for innovative ways to keep the garden fresh? Our garden trends section will help by keeping you informed of all the latest gardening dirt. See what’s new in gardening, which plants are “in” and the best tools to get the job done.

Irrigating a thirsty lawn and garden requires an incredible amount of time, especially when the mercury soars in midsummer. Caring for small yards is challenging, . . .
Showy flowers and attractive bark have earned crapemyrtles a top slot in many gardens, especially in the southern U.S. where it’s hard to find a . . .
While not everyone may agree, reading is important and something everyone should do. Of course, for those of us that cannot read as well as . . .
This year, upon the arrival of spring, my flower and vegetable gardens required a lot of elbow grease to get whipped into shape. They were . . .
During World War II, there was an explosion of gardening in the U.S. Victory Gardens, as they were called, were considered not only a necessity . . .
As a landscape designer and garden center employee, I am constantly asked to suggest plants that bloom all summer. My first suggestion is always shrub . . .
You’ve waited all winter to get out in the garden, prepping all those seeds and planting in spring. Now it’s summer and there’s much to . . .
If you’re like me, you prefer being able to grow all your plants from seed at the start of a new growing season. Growing from . . .
If you’re a devotee of the pawpaw, you’re not alone. Until fairly recently, pawpaws, which are native to eastern North America, were the province of . . .
As an avid gardener, I am always on the lookout for new tricks to help my plants look and grow their best. I ‘m also . . .
Bigger isn’t always better. A good quality tiller is a must-have for most gardeners, and if you have a good-sized garden, you require a good-sized . . .
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