Give and Bag a Cool Planter

Give and Bag a Cool Planter

We love these Bloombagz flexible containers. Not only are they colorful and soft, they’re super durable and good for the environment because they’re made from recycled plastic bottles. But Bloombagz is just getting started and needs your help. Give them a boost (and get a container) by supporting their Kickstarter campaign.

2014 Photo Contest Winners

2014 Photo Contest Winners

We know that you’re passionate about gardening. But because we’re so focused on helping you become better gardeners, we tend to forget that many of you are also passionate about photography. To say we were completely wowed by the images submitted for this contest (our 11th) is an understatement. And now, we’re thrilled to show you the winners!

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

The ultimate search-and-sort football recruiting database is here! Get stats, video highlights, combine results, ratings, rankings, news, analysis and more—all easily searchable and sortable on desktop and mobile.

Littleleaf Boxwood: Great Christmas Plant

Littleleaf Boxwood: Great Christmas Plant

This under-the-radar plant makes a great alternative to pine and holly during the holidays.

Planting Forgotten Bulbs

Planting Forgotten Bulbs

Do you have spring-blooming bulbs (tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, alliums, etc.) that you forgot to plant in autumn?

Editor’s Choice: Exchange-a-Blade Saw

Editor’s Choice: Exchange-a-Blade Saw

Check out this versatile saw that folds into a thin 9-inch sheath, making it convenient to carry with other garden tools. The Gerber Gator Exchange-a-Blade Saw With Sheath is an Editors’ Choice, and you can purchase it today.

Indoor citrus trees deliver fragrance, fruit

Indoor citrus trees deliver fragrance, fruit

Here's a delicious idea that will brighten your winter-dulled spirits: Grow a citrus tree!

Unhappy Houseplant

Unhappy Houseplant

My potted dwarf schefflera has white spots, something rusty that rubs off, and fuzzy stuff on the undersides of some leaves. Can this plant be saved? —Sharen Osborne, Virginia Beach, VA

Editor’s Choice: Brazil Pretty Ugly Hat

Editor’s Choice: Brazil Pretty Ugly Hat

Check out this garden hat that you know has to be good—because it looks so ugly. The Real Deal Brazil Pretty Ugly Hat is an Editors’ Choice, and you can purchase it today.

Madagascar Jasmine

Madagascar Jasmine

This tropical climber delights with flowers and fragrance.

Editor’s Choice: Garden Rocker Cushion

Editor’s Choice: Garden Rocker Cushion

Check out the seat cushion that covers the Vertex ergonomically designed seat that rocks with you as you bend and stretch. The Vertex Garden Rocker Cushion is an Editors’ Choice, and you can purchase it today.

Backyard Wildlife: Mighty Mice

Backyard Wildlife: Mighty Mice

The sight of a mouse in your garden – such as the White-footed mouse above – might send you running back inside. But don’t panic—their presence usually isn’t a cause for alarm. In fact, these small mammals are an important part of the garden ecosystem. Once you learn about all the good they do, you might even decide you want them around!

Japanese Umbrella Pine

Japanese Umbrella Pine

This unique conifer is not a true pine, but its elegant foliage does look rather pine-like.