Fall is the ideal season for planting. Here’s why that is — and what to plant now, before winter arrives.
I have a pot. It’s “this” big. What can I plant in it outside that won’t die? This is the number one question I get nearly every day at the nursery.
After the long and cold winter, I am sure you all are as ready to start gardening as much as I am. This is a time of new possibilities and new things to try in the garden.
Winter is the time for planting bare root trees and shrubs. Have you ever considered it but felt a little nervous that you might not be successful? Don’t worry!
Have you purchased those beautiful poinsettias, amaryllis or other tantalizing holiday plants but aren’t sure how best to care for them? Follow these steps to help them last longer.
Home gardening with natives, non-natives—and both at the same time.
Fall is my absolute favorite time of year here in Southern Arizona. There are so many plants to try out that thrive in the cool nights and warm days.
Growing tomatoes isn’t always easy. Here are some common problems—and solutions.
We are facing a drought in the Southwest. Here are some good, guilt-free ways we can use water to support life at this time of year.
Nature takes care of the pests in the garden — if you let her.