Approximately 2,500 tree species thrive in North America; more than 600 are native. Discover these classic trees.
Planting a tree requires more than digging. Learn the proper technique for returning a tree to the earth.
It's time to shake off our outmoded ideas about what plants make a good garden and think about what kinds of garden plants are suitable for where and how you live.
Design a beautiful edible front yard with the basic principles of good garden design: structure, repetition, form, texture and color.
According to one gardening expert, the USDA plant hardiness zone recommendations may have little to do with which plants thrive in your garden.
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Planting seeds is simple, but knowing when to plant them requires a bit more thought. Get your garden off to a good start with advice on starting and sowing seeds.
More and more commonly children stay inside sitting in front of computers or video games, exploring virtual reality instead of playing and exploring out of doors. School gardens provide a space for students to reconnect to the ecology around them and learn about natural systems that support life on our planet.