Plants to extend the fall bloom season
Lynden Miller gives us a tour of some of the public gardens she has renovated in New York City
Summer chores to keep your garden going strong
Flowers and greens from the garden are transformed into beautiful arrangements during Historic Garden Week.
Tour an accomplished plantswoman’s garden that sits high above the Philadelphia Quarry.
Tour a garden with classical symmetry and restrained beauty
A talented gardener creates a beautiful landscape despite frequent visits by the neighborhood deer
Could Richmond be on the cusp of a green renaissance? After years of neglect, some public gardens are beginning to receive the attention they deserve. New York Public Garden Designer and advocate Lynden Miller challenged our leaders to invest in our historic parks and turn the City from gray to green.
These plants will add Winter interest to your garden.
A list of chores to do to put your garden to bed for the Winter, including what to prune, divide and plant . . .