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This tree rules
Japanese maples are one of the best-loved groups of trees. There are many varieties...
Color it summer
The summer garden can be a challenge to even the most experienced gardener. But no matter what the weather conditions are, we s...
Petunia with pizazz
It is hard to imagine any summer garden without one or more flowering petunias.
With 'Liberty' and hostas for all
Spring has arrived and what's old becomes new again in every garden...
Good ol' Eastern redbud
Every spring I tell myself I'd like to plant a redbud tree, but somehow I still don't have one. It is a plant that works in man...
A plant for all four seasons
Gardeners are always looking for a "four seasons plant," meaning a plant with one or more attractive characteristics in each of...
Pineapple lily a showstopper
Worth pushing the hardiness limit on this bulb
Gardenias can be tough, but bring them indoors for the winter
Southern staple can be surprisingly robust in Kentucky winters
Good luck Cordyline
Ti plant grows well outside or inside for overwintering
Bloom with a bang
Spirea shows off three seasons of color
This new but old-fashioned deutzia has masses of showy, white flowers
Small Palibin lilac is low-maintenance and mildew-resistant
Happy gerbera daisies
Popular cut flower in vibrant colors can grow in your garden
Let us grow lettuce
NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT LETTUCES and spinach in the garden, even if it is still a bit cool in March. Growing lettuces does not require a big garden space—the&…