Garden | Design
Trees are a magical addition to any garden; here are a few of the surprising tricks they can perform—plus ways to keep a lid on their cost.
One way to get a handle on what’s happening in your garden is to make a sweet little bouquet every day. British superstar garden designer Dan Pearson shows you how.
There's a perfectly good reason why Mark Johnston's backyard hens live in movable coops attached to his raised vegetable. They help pay for their keep by making fertilizer.
Six objects—no chairs or pots among them—that can be relocated around the garden again and again to make it look revitalized.
Why settle for pedestrian plant supports when these fanciful ones are super easy to make.
Turn ordinary potted plants into miniature landscapes by choosing a soil cover that matches their look. There are lots of toppings to choose from including aquarium stones, beach glass and even rosebuds.
It's easy to turn old pots and planters from blah to beautiful with a concrete overcoat. Brendan Power shows you how.
Beautiful low-maintenance paperwhites are a great Christmas gift that is easy to make. Here's how to force these flower arrangements.
Make light outdoors on a winter’s night by planting…
Learn the secrets of making a garden that is both modern and romantic from international superstar garden designer Andrea Cochran.
What’s more beautiful than fall foliage? Here are a few understated ways to use it to decorate your home for Thanksgiving.
Garden boundaries always stand out—the trick is weaving them gracefully into the style of your garden. Top garden designer Ron Rule has suggestions.
Simple does not mean stupid. Don’t underestimate the intelligence behind the less complicated look for gardens.
One way to create instant impact in the garden is to use the same ordinary element over and over again. In this case that element is the wide-rimmed dime-a-dozen terracotta pot.
A gorgeous, indestructible, low maintenance, high performance, cost effective garden: Is that too much to ask? Turns out the answer is no when you plant Nepeta 'Walker's Low'.