Black is an intriguing color, especially when you talk about flowers.
Welcome to Garden Gate's weekly newsletter. Here you'll find information you can use right away to make your garden bloom better, produce more and easier to take care of. We'll share our favorite plants and combos, pests you should be on the lookout for this season, as well as exclusive planting plans and product recommendations.
Sign up for our free newsletter and you won't miss a single week's worth of tips!
Starting the seeds of flowers or veggies indoors in early spring is a great way to get a lot of plants for not much money.
Want to bring in the butterflies? Create a garden using plants they love. The butterflies will flock to the “buffet” selection of flowers.
That small strip of plants that runs along the front of your border is prime real estate — it’s the first thing people will see when they glance at your garden.
After a long winter, Lenten rose is a welcome sight, sometimes blooming even through snow.