Having a garden is a joy; having a cohesive garden that inspires you every time you look at it is simply the best. Create an immersive experience and express your unique style with these garden themes, trending now.
What are the building blocks of well-designed gardens and backyard landscapes? Well, they are very similar to the building blocks of a poem, a song, or a painting. Garden design is an art form, and it benefits from the same ideas and structures that other art forms use every day. Read on to learn a few key basics that will help you unlock your inner garden designer.
Sometimes it's best to stick to the classics, and these six plants are perfect for creating privacy. Read on to learn why a living privacy wall can help create lasting privacy, and which plants we know will get the job done.
Before you dig into your garden beds, it’s important to know the soil you’re working with. Read on to learn what to look for, what to test for, and where to get the right tests for you.
What is your garden saying? According to the Language of Flowers, the plants in your bouquets and flowerbeds are imbued with layers of meaning and symbolism. Learn what different popular flowers and plants represent.
Caring for plants and tending to a garden can boost your mood, and it's not just us saying so. Studies show that plants can improve our mental health. Read all about how and why biophilia works to make us feel better.
Snow can be a hassle, but did you know all the benefits it brings to the garden? While freeze-thaw cycles can be deadly for plants, snow can actually protect your plants in the winter. Learn why snow helps gardens thrive come spring.
The biggest themes for 2022 we've seen repeated are a renewed focus on mental health, more demand for sustainability, and a blurring of lines between indoor and outdoor design. We think these ten trends are the ones that will make the biggest impact in gardening and horticulture in the new year.
What are the best gifts? We love receiving plants, and we think your friends and family will too! These are perfect plants for Christmas presents, no matter how little they know about plants or how little light is in their home.
To incorporate winter interest into your home landscaping, try this technique: make sure your garden has good anchors and that your home has good foundation plants. These two principles of landscaping are great ways to bring evergreen foliage and winter interest into your garden designs. Read on to learn the difference between anchors and foundation plants, and why early winter can help you choose the right ones!