One garden alone can't save the bees, birds and butterflies, but if each of us plants just a few herbs pollinators love, what a difference we could make.
Avoid these poisonous plants that look like garden favorites.
These plants are a great start for your very own cocktail garden. Some require quite a bit of labor to yield beverages, like the agave and hops. But all will help create a fabulous patio haven.
Concoct a cocktail garden that yields delicious drinks.
This month, our Editor's Pick is a lightweight, UV-certified gardening hat.
Edible nasturtiums (Tropaeolum majus) are one of the easiest annuals to grow. Their brightly colored flowers and leaves also make for tasty additions in the kitchen.
Our readers are always writing to us and asking us questions about herbs. Read some of our favorite letters regarding the July 2011 issue.
For the apartment garden, herbs are the quintessential low-maintenance, high-reward plants to grow.
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