Rain gardens are specialized gardens composed of native shrubs, perennial and flowers. In this article, you’ll learn all of the considerations for building your first rain garden.
Gardening on a slope presents unique challenges! But, with the right planning, design and maintenance, you can transform it into a beautiful and functional landscape.
Whether it’s winter or summer, your garden can always look its best. Find out how in this four-season landscape design guide.
These essential watering tools will reduce your time and effort in the garden so you can spend more time watching it thrive!
This Garden Bed Watering Calculator is a helpful tool to determine the amount of water needed each week to irrigate your garden bed effectively.
Wondering what the difference is between a horticulturist and a landscape designer? Learn which pro to choose for your next landscape project.
Wondering what the difference is between a landscape architect and a landscape designer? Learn which pro to choose for your next landscape project.
Wondering what the difference is between a landscaper and a landscape designer? Learn which pro to choose for your next landscape project.
Learn about the various types of landscape professionals; their roles, services offered, qualifications and costs so you can make an informed decision on which expert(s) to hire for your next landscape project.
The USDA Hardiness Zone map divides the United States into 13 zones, ranging from Zone 1 (the coldest) to Zone 13 (the warmest). Find out which gardening zones your state covers in this comprehensive table of gardening zones.