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.
New to the world of indoor plants? Want a new hobby but don’t know where to start? Doubt your green thumb or plant fostering abilities? This is the article for you! Everyone starts somewhere. Here’s everything we think you need to know in order to start fostering a happy, healthy indoor jungle.
We've compiled a list of our favorite quotes about gardening. Why? Because we love the way these writers, gardeners and thinkers have phrased that indescribable feeling you get in a garden with soil under your nails.
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!
The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is a beacon of hope and holiday cheer. For the first time ever, the Christmas Tree selected hails from our home state! Learn all about the towering giant from Elkton, Maryland. Could you grow the next Rockefeller Tree?
Gardeners don't need much to get the job done, but there are certain tools that will make gardening even easier to enjoy. Read on to learn the top tools every plant enthusiast will love, and bonus gift ideas too!
Match your plants to your personal sense of style. Or, these days, you can let a professional plant stylist do it for you! Learn how these creatives help plant parents make sure their spaces feel balanced and their plants thrive.
As fellow gardeners, we understand the time, effort, and patience needed to maintain a healthy landscape. So when weeds pop up, we too go into battle mode, ready to rid and defend our lawns from the pesky intruders.
Bats are perhaps one of the most misunderstood animals. While their fanged features and association with the Halloween season give them an ominous first impression, these winged creatures are some of our garden’s biggest helpers.