Gardens don’t have to be built on a grand scale to be beautiful. In this small well-designed garden you see three design techniques to help the area look bigger than it really is.
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There are a few things you can still tackle this fall — getting your lawn ready and gorgeous for next year is one of them.
You may be more familiar with this small tree’s better-known relative, the common smokebush. But this North American native is raking in rave reviews because of its incandescent fall color.
If you have a garden, you probably have birds coming to visit. But how can you make your garden even more attractive to birds so you pull in more kinds and keep them around longer?
Whether you’re looking for a focal point, an accent or accessory to echo surrounding flowers, there’s a garden ornament to do the job. Check out our favorite tips for designing with ornaments!