Southern Gardening Audio From 2018
One of my favorite heirloom plants is Confederate Rose
Cold frames are great tools for extending the growing season, especially for veggies grown in containers.
If you haven’t planted your winter color, it’s not too late. Consider planting colorful, ornamental kale and cabbage
King Tut Papyrus is a must have landscape plant for next year
Zahara Zinnia are great choices for fall color in the landscape
Matrix Pansies are a must have landscape plant for the cool winter season
As we spend more of our time in the summer and fall, what would be more perfect than to have a functional living wreath on the patio or deck?
No matter the height, a great looking garden is a lot of work. And with our busy lives, knowing a few shortcuts can help you work more efficiently in the landscape.
I never thought about growing amaranth on purpose in the garden until today on Southern Gardening.
Many of our summer flowering annuals that were looking pretty worn out at Labor Day, get a second wind and perk right back up
Fall has arrived when the garden centers had their beautiful fall mums on display
During the mid-summer months, gaillardia makes fantastic additions to the garden
Beauty berry will certainly add up to its name and add beauty to any fall garden
Fall’s almost here, and that means that the garden centers will have pansies
Calendula is one plant that looks good in the garden and great in a salad
Many flowering plants are only one or two steps out of the ditch, and goldenrod is no exception
Geraniums are a resilient plant. I’m sure you may have heard you can hang them up for the winter to replant next winter. But here is a method that I came across that may be a bit easier...
A raised bed is exactly as the name suggests: a landscape or garden bed that is higher than the surrounding grade.
Often called Dusty Miller, Artemisia has soft fuzzy grey foliage that makes the leaves look duty silver.
Looking for garden plants that are also really easy to grow? Succulents may be the answer today on Southern Gardening.