Southern Magnolia Flower

How to Prune a Magnolia Tree

There are more than 80 species of the Magnolia Trees, many of which are timeless classics that have historically represented the global south. This plant species is most popular for its leathery leaves, white or pink-tinged flowers, and some magnolia varieties that grow well in colder climates. From the Kobus and Saucer Magnolia to the […]

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Top 5 Best Ground Cover Plants to Prevent Weeds

Ground cover plants are an essential part of landscaping and have many uses in the garden. They can be used to carpet the garden, prevent erosion on slopes, cover shaded areas under trees, and prevent weeds from choking out other plants. Not only that, but they can also add new colors and textures into the […]

Beautiful Pink and Yellow Hibiscus Flower

How to Care for Hibiscus: Hibiscus Winter Care

Red, yellow, peach, white, and orange – a Hibiscus flower is easy to recognize from a distance because of its characteristic color, charm, and fragrance. Known for their bright and colorful flowers, these tropical plants are popular for their decorative use, which can transform any garden or indoor living space by making it more beautiful. […]

Deer Eating Plants

How to Keep Deer From Eating Plants

As adorable as they are, do not let the fuzzy charm of these mammals lower your guard as a gardener. Deer are capable of wreaking havoc in your garden bed and turning it upside down if they are not deterred. They are a beautiful sight to behold as you sit on your porch with a […]

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Winter Care for Roses

Some rose varieties are hardier than others. They can brave through winter without needing too much attention. However, if it gets freezing in your region, then you need to consider taking adequate care of your rose plants in winter. Otherwise, you may have a lot of replacing to do once winter ends, especially if you […]

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How to Prune a Camellia Bush

Camellia bushes are a garden favorite, especially if you’re living in USDA zones 6 to 9. Their showy flower buds grace your garden from winter to spring, while the evergreen foliage offers shade and privacy all year round. To keep your Camellia looking beautiful we’re going to give you a step-by-step guide on how to prune […]

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How to Grow a Chestnut Tree In Your Garden

Having a lofty chestnut tree in your garden can be a challenge, but a rewarding one for sure! These historic trees provide some of the sweetest nuts that bring the holiday season straight to your pallet. Learn more about how to grow a chestnut tree in your garden. These trees grew naturally in North America […]

Fruit Tree in Container

Growing Fruit Trees in Containers

If you love home-grown organic fruits but don’t have a huge backyard to grow what you please, there’s a way around it. Foster a rooftop orchard with your favorite fruit trees. Don’t have a rooftop? Not a problem. Growing fruit trees in containers is easy and you don’t need much space. You may even be […]

Browning Cypress

Why Is My Bald Cypress Tree Turning Brown?

The bald cypress tree is a hardy plant with a fighting spirit that can thrive in USDA Agriculture plant hardiness zones from 5 – 10. Most gardeners and horticulturists will find that this tree is easy to take care of and rarely runs into plant problems involving pests, fungal diseases, and environmental conditions. If your […]

Wilting Hydrangea Plant

Why Is My Hydrangea Wilting?

With well-drained soil, ample water, and partial or direct exposure to sunlight for 6 – 8 hours every day, your hydrangea plant is bound to bloom beautifully! Occasionally, you will have a year with fewer hydrangea blooms or blooms that don’t last for long. Find out why your hydrangea is wilting. Best Selling Hydrangeas Where […]

Forest Pansy Redbud flowers

How To Plant A Redbud Tree

A redbud tree, with its vibrant, magenta-colored blossoms that appear on the dark stems before the foliage in early spring, creates a relaxing sanctuary right in your front yard. You could spend hours lying under the tree reading a good book or simply gazing at the web of colored flowers spreading out over you. Here’s a […]

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5 Secrets to Jump Start Your Fall Garden

Soon, the summer heat will be fading away, with cool weather moving in. While this is true, it does not mean that the gardening season has to end. Fall is the ideal time for you to plant certain cooler weather crops. You can also plant over-winter crops, which will be ready to harvest in early […]