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Introduce edible plants into your landscape.
Attract songbirds by planting bearberry.
What do professional horticulturists do in their leisure time? They plant a glorious garden, of course.
The best of the best from the 2011 OG Test Gardens.
Salt-laden gales from the Atlantic Ocean shaped this garden’s design.
Let your garage enhance your outdoor living space.
Wildlife offers a lesson on the interconnectedness of nature.
How to start a community garden.
When growing vegetables becomes an act of civil disobedience.
An Austin garden nurtures wildlife, both great and small.
Here are some low-cost alternatives to creosote-soaked railroad ties in your garden.
Gates, arbors, and steps are the transitional spaces between garden rooms, guiding visitors on a journey of discovery.
We've come up with 25 annuals that your perennial border can't be without.
Six principles for successful shade-garden design.
A glorious garden collaboration in Montgomery, Alabama.
Jerry Finkelstein grows vegetables on beds raised so high, they are practically a tabletop buffet.
The sound of water brings your garden to life.
Follow the rule of thirds to create pleasing garden combinations
Miniature trains plus miniature plants equals delight on a large scale.
A landlord and his tenant team up to save rainwater, money, and time.
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