Take advantage of a sweet season
This annual tour offers inspiration for small-space gardening
It is easy to grow your own indoor salad garden, producing nutritious microgreen sprouts to enhance your meals
Cooped up and bored? Terrariums are a fun project for the whole family.
Winter doesn’t have to be bleak. Add vibrant color to your home with the versatile begonia.
A unique design combines vegetables and herbs with decorative annuals and perennials at this Dublin, NH home.
Garden Designer Gordon Hayward came up with a beautiful landscape design to help unify the newer and older portions of a Jaffrey Center home.
Six landscape professionals share their picks for flowering shrubs and trees.
If you love flowers, you’ll love the pocket-garden tour in Portsmouth.
The future looks bright in Lee, with Bedrock’s first full season as a public garden.
Not only has Bill Noble preserved significant public and private gardens around the country—he has created an extraordinary garden at home.
There are lots of reasons for all the buzz about bees lately.
Florals accented with a little bling make this time of year especially festive.
Make your landscape look vibrant this time of year.
What used to be a farm in Dublin now includes lush gardens, a Slovenian bee house and a former barn that’s on the National Register of Historic Places.
Chuck Simpson designed an impressive landscape for a spectacular Amherst property.
Robert Jensen inspires those who attend his July workshop at The Fells to make unique and beautiful floral arrangements.
Surrounding her Jaffrey home, Louisa Thoron has created exquisite gardens filled with countless annuals, perennials, shrubs, fruit trees and vegetables that provide colorful blooms and food throughout the growing season.
While growing these bulbs can be challenging, the rewards are great.
Discover what three experts like to plant at home.
Make sure to feed certain insects and birds through the seasons to ensure the success of your fruits and vegetables.