It was another successful year in the Test Gardens. Here are our favorites.
The Best Flowers from Organic Gardening's 2011 Test Garden
Bearded, beautiful, and full of grace and style.
Chrysanthemums: A fresh look at a fall favorite.
Plant these flowers for a garden that blooms during summer’s worst weather.
Aromatic, attractive, and medicinal—sage is a wise choice for flower beds.
Black-eyed Susans and coneflowers are summer flower-bed classics.
The quintessential perennial, Peonies can live for an astounding 40 to 50 years.
Summer and fall-blooming perennials grown for their foliage.
Choose any of the many types of irises to add a pop of color to your summer garden.
Old-fashioned cottage pinks: heady fragrance in a petite package.
Learn how to grow and manage this giant evergreen grass
What you can do to save spring flowers from freezing temperatures, snow, and sleet.
Researchers from Cornell University found these perennials to be super weed suppressors.
One of spring's first blooms comes in many bright colors and thrives in partial shade.
A late bloomer worth waiting for
Tips to keep your tulips blooming.
How can I overwinter my chrysanthemums? The ones I plant in fall never come back, and I end up having to buy new plants.