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Summer Flowers

Summer Flowers

By: Garden Design This week, you’ll see summer flowers and a front yard yard design that works with nature and not against it. You’ll also find ideas on how you can support pollinators in your own garden, plus find out what you need to get in the ground...
Summer Care Tips for Your Garden

Summer Care Tips for Your Garden

By: Garden Summer Keeping your garden looking its best in summer can be a challenge with the heat and humidity (or lack of!)—not to mention extra watering, weeding, and a whole new round of pests. What worked in spring to get your garden looking great probably needs...
Enjoying Your Summer Garden

Enjoying Your Summer Garden

By: Garden Design I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for some fun in the sun—even if it is just playing corn hole in my own backyard. While celebrations and gatherings have taken on a different look this year, it’s no reason not to celebrate! So...
Plants with a Purpose

Plants with a Purpose

By: Garden Design Not only is this the first week of summer, but it’s also National Pollinator Week (which definitely deserves celebrating), so cheers to the pollinators! After all, without them, we wouldn’t have our stunning gardens, and so much more!...
Shrubs and More

Shrubs and More

By: Garden Design Summer is almost here! Soon it will be time to sit back, relax, and enjoy your spring gardening efforts. But in the meantime, here are 10 popular shrubs (get them in the ground now before things really heat up), design tips straight from the pros,...
Peace in the Garden

Peace in the Garden

By: Garden Design This week we hope you find a little peace in your garden. Whether it’s smelling the flowers, listening to the birds, or watching the butterflies—get outside and find joy in your surroundings. Then come back in and learn about shade plants, how...