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Do you live in the colder climate of hardiness zone 3? If so, you may be wondering if you can successfully grow hydrangeas in this climate due to the chilly weather. In this article, gardening expert and hydrangea enthusiast Jill Drago examines exactly what you can expect when trying to grow hydrangeas in this hardiness zone!
Looking for a hydrangea variety that's a little different? Maybe you just want to spruce up your yard for Saint Patrick's Day? There are many different green hydrangea varieties that you can add to your garden! In this article, gardening expert and hydrangea enthusiast Jill Drago examines her favorites!
If there are holes in our fiddle leaf fig, you may be concerned as to why it's started happening. Holes in your plants can be from a few different causes. In this article, gardening expert and houseplant enthusiast Madison Moulton examines why you might have holes in the leaves of your fiddle leaf fig plant, and what you can do about it.
Are you looking for some fast growing ground cover to fill in the sloping space in your garden? If you have a sloping area to fill in, you likely know that not everything grows well on the side of a hill or steep slope. In this article, we take a look at our favorite ground cover plants that will fill in the harsh sloping areas of your garden, with names and pictures of each!
Thinking of adding some pink tulips to your garden, but aren't quite sure where to start? Pink tulips can add some brightness to just about any flower garden, especially with their early season blooms. In this article, we look at our favorite pink tulip varieties that you can add to your flower garden this season!
Thinking of adding some pink dahlias to your garden this season, but aren't sure where to start? It's easy to get confused because there are so many dahlias with beautiful pink blooms to choose from! In this article, we look at our favorite pink dahlias you can grow, with names and pictures of each!
Looking to add some white lavender to your garden this season but aren't sure if you should? Well, there are actually many reasons why it's a great idea! In this article, gardening expert and former organic lavender farmer Logan Hailey walks through her top reasons why she loves white lavender in the garden!
Do you have begonias in your garden this season that just won't seem to bloom? There are actually several reasons why this may happen. In this article, certified master gardener Laura Elsner walks through the primary reasons begonias may struggle to bloom, and how to fix it when it happens.
Are you looking for some perennial ground cover plants that will come back each season? There are many different ground covers you can choose from, but the key is finding the right plant. In this article, we take a look at our favorite perennial ground cover plants, with names and pictures of each!
Are you thinking of adding some dwarf sunflowers to your garden this season, but aren't quite sure where to start? There are many types of smaller sunflower varieties that can brighten up just about any flower bed. In this article, we take a deeper look at our favorite dwarf sunflower varieties!
Are you looking for some evergreen shrubs to add to your home or garden space? Evergreen shrubs are a great way to keep your garden looking green, even in the wintertime. There are many different options you can choose from, depending on your hardiness zone. In this article, we look at our favorite evergreen shrubs you can add to your home or garden!
Black eyed susans are a favorite flower amongst many gardeners all over the world. But if you plant them once, will they come back? In this article, we take a deeper look at rudbeckia, and whether it's considered an annual, biennial, or perennial flowering plant based on the hardiness zone you are growing in.
Thinking of planting some lavender but aren't sure if it will attract or repel deer from your garden this season? In this article, gardening expert and former lavender farmer Logan Hailey examines if Lavender keeps deer away, or if you will be providing them another food source in your garden.
If you are looking for plants that have both black and white flowers, but don't know where to start - you are in luck! There are several plants with white and black flowers you can add to your garden this season. In this article, we take a look at our favorites, with names and pictures of each!
Do you have white powder or white spots on your zucchini leaves? There are a few causes for this problem. The good news is that most of the issues that cause this common problem are both treatable and preventable. In this article, gardening expert Merideth Corhs examines why this happens to your zucchini plants, and how to fix it.
Thinking of adding some pansies to your garden, but want to know if they will come back each year, or if you'll be replanting them every season? Keep on reading to find out if pansies are considered annuals, biennials, or perennial flowers before you start adding them to your garden this year!
While Salvia is known to be a fairly hardy plant, that doesn't mean they are entirely without the occasional problem. There are a few different issues that these plants can come across, so it's important to know how to prevent them, and manage them. In this article, gardening expert Natalie Leiker walks through the most common problems you'll likely encounter with your salvia this season.
Are you looking for a few plants to grow underneath your oak trees this season, but aren't quite sure where to start? We've put together a compehensive list of our favorite plants that will grow well under oak trees. We've included plants for every hardiness zone from all different types and classifications.