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Transform your backyard into a go-to summer party spot.
Learn what you need to know about growing yarrow.
Learn the basics of planting dahlias—including simple tips to improve your success.
A classic ice cream sundae wouldn't be complete without the addition of this juicy fruit on top.
Follow these tips for planting and keeping mums healthy.
Find out what garden tasks Prefit.com contributors are working on in February.
Count on winter annuals to add color to the garden’s frosty—or even snowy—season. Learn which annuals survive winter cold.
Bring beneficial birds, bees and butterflies to your garden by growing plants and flowers they love.
Strategic planting invites beneficial critters into your vegetable garden while deterring the annoying pests.
Sowing wildflower seeds while there's snow on the ground lets nature do the work.
Tips for turning that avocado pit into a thriving avocado tree and your next bowl of guacamole.
Exotic, elegant and easy, this orchid will flourish in your home.
Ideal for a small garden space or patio, container gardening is suitable for a large variety of plants.
Succulents are a great choice for container growing.
You'll need to provide lots of light to grow this citrus as a houseplant, but its spicy-lemon flavor is worth the effort.
Satsumas burst through chilly, gray days just when we need it most.
Planting citrus trees in containers means you can move them inside when the days get cold.
Plant these bulbs and corms in the fall for dazzling spring color.
In general, the most resilient candidates worth saving are small bulbs that naturalize or reproduce readily in the garden.
Learn how to make these "tiny trees" thrive in your garden with this guide for growing broccoli.
Annuals, perennials, and ornamental grasses make beautiful partners for antique roses.
Delicate beauty and vibrant colors make the Japanese maple a coveted choice for landscaping or for containers.
Discover why this nutrient-dense vegetable will make a bountiful addition to your garden area.
Fruit bushes, including many berries and currants, are reliably productive for most of the summer.
Add a little drama to your landscape with these hardy succulents.
Bask in the late-summer limelight with these gorgeous blooms.
Tickle your taste-buds with homegrown taters. You'll savor a heaping harvest with these easy tips for success.
Creating an optimal environment and choosing the right plants are essential to creating a rock garden.
This fresh-smelling herb adds bright flavor to chicken and can even soothe a cough.