Adrian Higgins took questions on gardening.
Milkweed and other plants to support a butterfly in trouble.
Forget the name; here are seven varieties that would make great garden plants.
The wooded hillside garden in Delaware is worth a visit (at least once) in the spring.
Landscape architect Richard Arentz preps a client’s showcase garden for this year’s Georgetown Garden Tour.
What better way to understand the needs of a plant than to see it growing where there is no one to help it?
Don’t think of shade as a problem to be fixed. Done well, it can be magical.
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“Those mellifluous pitch-men voices on old-timey radio are now merely quaint reminders of how insidious the science of capturing our attention has become. The Digital Age has given us much, but at a price.“
The latest trend in veggie gardening has actually been around for at least 4,000 years.