Gardening is itself medicinal, as anyone who has dug in the dirt to plant something green and growing knows. Now imagine the added benefits of planting a medicinal garden where you’ll be growing your own herbs for your own remedies! Many common garden plants have medicinal qualities and here are ten of our favorites…
If you need privacy in your yard but cannot install a fence, you have plenty of options. We have a great selection of deciduous and flowering shrubs, evergreen shrubs, vines, and tall grasses that can help you turn your property into a secluded retreat.
If you can work the ground, you can plant! You should still amend the soil and mulch, but otherwise it is perfectly safe.
Add instant color and texture to any part of your garden, porch or balcony with the art of container gardening! Gardening in pots allows you to have gorgeous plants surrounding you no matter how big, or small, your space is. Follow these 10 simple steps to make your very own paradise in a pot.
When we look at a maple tree in its autumn glory, or smell an eye-catching rose, or profess admiration for a friend’s lush philodendron, we are rarely as cognizant of the magnificent roots happening right below. “Out of sight, out of mind” is the hard truth for many gardeners, indoors or out, but the wonder of roots should not be overlooked!