Improve your front yard’s curb appeal even if you don’t like to garden. Still, it’s even more fun if you love gardening.
For those who always wanted to create a rockery filled with diminutive plants, here is a primer to get you started. Don’t just dream of a rock garden, start making one
Color is basic to the design of a garden. It is usually the first thing we think of when deciding to plant our landscape, although it might take a back seat once the design process is underway. It is never very far from our plans
There are so many flowers that come in a shade of pink, and because the pinks mix and match in a monochrome scheme, it is easy to create borders of pink flowers.
I admit I am slow to try new methods if they do not appear to make a great deal of difference or solve a problem.
Using our resources of time, money, and effort to its best use to incorporate style into our garden is the purpose of a good design plan. Let’s start this look at what our landscape design means to our front yard, the most public space.
A few years ago, my husband brought home a molded pond kit that was on sale at the end of the season. That began my water gardening adventure.
Do you admire the pictures, but have been unsure of how to put together your own cottage garden? Why not start …
Have you ever wanted a monochromatic garden, one made with most or all the flowers in just one glorious color? Here are selections for a golden afternoon of color all season long.