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If you want birds to visit, you’ll need to provide four basic elements: safety, nesting spots, food and water.
You have no shortage of choices when it comes to planting for fall and winter interest in the garden.
Pair these pink to purple flowers with the silver leaves of lambs ear, purple asters and pink chrysanthemums.
It’s your last chance to overhaul your lawn, plant for fall color and get some garlic in the ground.
Here are four new varieties of twig dogwoods on the market that provide fall and winter interest.
If you are attached to your plants or want to save a few bucks, you don’t have to throw out your containers.
Don’t get too hung up on their proper names — as far as this nursery owner is concerned, they’re all heathers.
Vacation time is over. Get back out in your yard and make the most of the autumn season.
Seeing weeds? With shorter days, cooler nights and a little moisture, fall germinating seeds are waking up.
These cultivars function better in small garden spaces and can even be used in containers as seasonal fillers.
The tree grew from a cutting taken from John and Genny Holtum’s original fig planted at Sunnyside Nursery in the 1950s.
Pick up one or two of these reliable and late-blooming perennial and shrubby plants for color through summer.
If you do this month’s chores, you’ll no longer be referred to as a “yardener,” or a casual gardener.
When a landscape contractor in the Sacramento Valley, he planted all summer long and never lost a plant.
The recent heatwave burned many of our shrubs, hanging baskets and trees. Here’s what to do to reverse the damage.
Here’s a tip: Layers of mulch and compost will reduce the frequency with which you need to water by as much as 50%.
Love has always been a two-way street. The more we love our gardens, the more they will love us back.
Their flowers keep reappearing until the frosts of October. Then they’ll come back and do it again next year.
The white-flower clusters that bloom on this shrub in June are a favorite to our native pollinators.
It’s time to fertize your lawn, feed your roses, plant summer vegetables and prune spring-flowering shrubs.