Seed saving is a time-honored way to preserve flowers and vegetables from year to year. Save seed from your favorite plants, with just a few simple steps.
Shawna Coronado’s “Grow a Living Wall: Create Vertical Gardens with Purpose” is an excellent book about systems to build for your backyard.
Roy Diblik is the author of The Know Maintenance Perennial Garden, which explains about perennial plants and how to grow them in a Midwestern landscape.
Daylily interest groups predate the Internet, but technology has allowed these forums to thrive, encouraging new and experienced growers alike.
Springs Preserve is a public garden in Las Vegas offering visitors a chance to learn about gardening, and living, in a desert environment and how protecting it is still possible.
The Arboretum at Flagstaff offers an inspiring botanical garden in a refreshing climate in an alpine meadow and pine forest.
A day at The Arboretum for the Penstemon Festival and Plants Sale is a chance to experience flowers and wildlife, and cooler weather, in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Helen Yoest’s Plants With Benefits offers an unusual look into edible plants whose reputations promise unconventional attributes.
Gardeners can cast a vote for Celosia ‘Arrabona Red,’ Cuphea ‘Sriracha™ Violet,’ Foxglove Digiplexis™ Illumination® Flame, or Petunia ‘Sanguna® Radiant Blue’ for the 2014 American Garden Award.
Miriam Goldberger’s engaging new Taming Wildflowers gives gardeners practical advice on using these native plants to liven up almost any garden.