Apr 28, 2017
Apr 07, 2017
The possibilities for garden beds in different shapes are as varied as the gardeners who tend them. The internet offers a gushing, endless stream of luscious garden photos that entice, but offer little guidance in terms of how to translate that picture into an actual, in-the-ground garden. Converting the garden of your imagination into a real-world, concrete plan of action can be tricky. ..
Mar 17, 2017
Mulling a DIY weekend garden project and coming up with a case of the blank slate blues? Even the most experienced gardeners occasionally have a hard time knowing exactly where to start when tackling a new project. ..
Feb 03, 2017
Small lots, big houses—whatever the reason, outdoor space is often at a premium in the typical urban plot. Our appetite for smaller garden plants is not slowing down, but lucky for us, our friends in the nursery trade have responded by introducing a bevy of compact and slow-growing plants. ..
Sep 07, 2016
Jul 10, 2016
We love slow-growing, dwarf conifers and find them especially valuable in small gardens where every plant needs to earn its keep; their compact size and year-round good looks secure them a place. ..
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