The USDA Zone Map help gardeners identify plants that will grow well in their region. Growing zones are based on average minimum winter temperatures. Check this map to find your growing zone!
Plants bloom at different times during the growing season. By including plants from each bloom time -- spring, early summer, midsummer, late summer and fall -- you can make sure your garden is always filled with colorful blooms.
Hostas are so incredibly tough and easy to grow, that they sometimes don’t get the respect they deserve. More than just problem solvers for shady areas where few other plants will survive, hostas offer gardeners an exciting palette of sizes, colors and textures. Here are some of the many creative ways to use hostas around your home and in
Burgundy is a color that’s both potent and sophisticated. It’s a good one to have in your garden design tool kit. From garnet to merlot, maroon to mahogany, these dark, purple-red hues can take your garden to a whole new level. Read on for some creative ways to put burgundy flowers and foliage to work in your yard and garden. Create Accents and