Ideas for Your Spring GardenFrom spring blooming bulbs, to creative design tips, find inspiration for your springtime garden here
From artichokes to turnips, there are plenty of veggies to grow in your spring garden
The best flowering bulbs and perennials for early- to late-spring color
Get advice for waking up the garden for the new growing season
Bring on spring and enjoy your garden anew with these creative ideas from garden experts and enthusiasts across the web. We recently chatted with some of our favorite designers, authors, and retailers who told us what they’re excited about this season.
What could be more beguiling — or more intrinsically American — than masses of trout lily, trillium, Dutchman’s breeches and Virginia bluebells carpeting the woodland floor in early spring?
Expand your horizons with easy-to-grow "geophytes" that offer toughness, drought tolerance, and brilliant blooms
Tim Pollak, outdoor floriculturist at the Chicago Botanic Garden, shares five design tips that will jumpstart your spring garden
As any kitchen gardener knows, you can't beat a salad made of greens picked the same day
Bring fresh style to your garden this spring with the perfect container garden
Spring is a great time to plant perennials so that they can establish before the crippling heat of summer sets in
“Hellebores are among the earliest and certainly the most exquisite flowers in the spring garden,” says landscape craftsman Jerry Fritz
In open areas, let daffodils naturalize along meadows and fences, spreading their cheerful white and gold swaths for a host of springs to come
Ornamental cherry trees herald the coming of spring with a profusion of pink blossoms
Pale confetti blows through the sidewalks, and a riot of pink blossoms fill the streets-it's springtime, and the cherry plum (purple-leaf) trees are delighted
Have you enjoyed the blue rolling hills of a springtime in Texas?