Elegant in their simplicity, Japanese moss balls, called Kokedama, are easy to create. We show you how, but be warned—there are strings attached.
Tips on how to grow and brew your own herbal tea. Learn how to prepare your home made brew, and which herbs pair best with one another.
The walled Chelsea Physic Garden in London is a peaceful place to spend an afternoon, regardless of your gardening inclinations.
Here are six secrets of the best choices for powerhouse producers that will provide you with easy, yet exquisite, edible garden fare all summer long.
Beyond the usual roses and peonies, many plants make gorgeous arrangements for inside. Here are some tips for flower arrangements from your garden.
I recently read Gayla Trail’s new booklet, Drinking the Summer Garden, the first in a series of pocketbooks on gardening and food by Gayla and partner Davin Risk. Gayla is the author of the “You Grow Girl” blog and books Easy Growing, Grow Great Grub and You Grow Girl, as well as a frequent contributor to […]
Eagerly anticipated by gardeners are the new plants that nurseries, seed companies and breeders roll out every year. It could be a new colour, a novel variation, or increased pest or disease tolerance in one of their old favourites that piques their interest. Here are a few of the new annuals, herbs, perennials and shrubs […]