| Controlling Whiteflies
The Whitefly causes damage by feeding on your plants. This tiny, flying insect reproduces rapidly. Learn how to check for an infestation and more importantly, how to get rid of Whiteflies.
|10 Tips for Taking Great Garden Photos
Catalog your garden with a photography investment. Get started by mastering a few of these simple tips that will give your garden photos a professional touch.
|12 Great Landscape Roses
Landscape roses blend flower power, winter hardiness and disease resistance into low maintenance plants that bloom all season long. These tough-as-nails plants enable almost anyone to grow roses, even novice gardeners.
|6 Reasons To Start Seeds This Spring
Seeds provide many advantages to gardening. Seeding yourself will not only offer advantages to you but also will make your garden look beautiful.
|America's Must-See Rose Gardens
There are stunning rose gardens across the United States. Many of these famous gardens offer stunning scenery, history, creativity and more.
|America's Must-Visit Gardens
If you love gardening, visit one of America’s most beautiful gardens From flowers to forests, come discover the wonders of the plant world. They might be closer than you think.
|Bare-Root Plants: The Best Bargain In Gardening
Cash in on one of gardening's best bargains: bare-root plants. Learn why to grow bare-root plants, when they're available, the benefits of bare-root plants and more. This article even offers tips on how to tell if bare-root plants are healthy.
|Checklist For Fall Garden Cleanup
Prep to keep your garden clean in the fall. This checklist highlights garden chores to tackle in fall, and rewards you with a shorter to-do list in spring, plus helps eliminate garden pests and diseases.
|Cold Snap Care
Planting too early in the spring can create a crisis when a cold snap threatens. These tips will allow you to take caution for the cold temperatures and frosty mornings that can occur early in the season.
|Controlling Japanese Beetles
One of the most damaging garden pests, the Japanese Beetle feasts on more than 400 plants and lays eggs that turn into Grubs. Learn how to identify and get rid of Japanese Beetles.