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A garden is never finished—it is a creation that evolves from season-to-season and year-to-year. Experienced gardeners are well aware of this reality and have even come to enjoy the ephemeral nature of their landscapes. If a plant outgrows its previous home, or performs less than adequately, they enjoy selecting its replacement. When the seasons change, they enjoy seeing different plants take center stage and when drought or other climatic conditions strike, they enjoy meeting the challenge.
Gardeners are always tinkering, always improving, always dreaming. Once one section of their property is complete, they move onto another, eventually circling back for fine tuning. These articles are filled with ideas and inspiration for the home gardener. You’ll find solutions for shady areas, container garden tips, meadow garden inspiration and much more.
Browse a gallery of garden images full of creative ideas and solutions. See how other gardeners are creating designs that are attractive and functional.
Garden and landscape designers across the country forecast noteworthy ideas shaping the gardening world in 2017.
Browse our collection of gardens from coast-to-coast, accompanied by rich photography and behind-the-scenes information.
See how gardeners around the country have created incredible gardens in small spaces and learn how to transform your own cramped garden.
With all of the beautiful projects shown online and in magazines, it’s not hard for your taste level to outstrip your budget. How do professional designers...
For the design-oriented gardener, growing your own vegetables brings to mind a functional but dull row of neatly-planted rectangular raised beds. While they certainly work...
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Get ideas for creating an amazing shade garden, including plants that thrive in low light and tips for a dreamy woodland landscape.
Let Nick McCullough guide you through experimenting with color, texture and height, plus discover the plants he uses to achieve unexpected and tasteful container-garden combinations.
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