Planting

Want your cut flowers to last longer? Photos by Jadie Jo Photography Shiann Chambers, owner and chief florist at Salt Lake City's iconic Wilde Honey blooms truck, offers six super tips for at-home petal lovers, to keep your flowers fresh as long as...
The decorating world’s passion for patterns has spread to houseplants, with colorfully variegated and veined plants upstaging their plain-leafed cousins.  “There’s definitely a growing interest in houseplants, and lately, more and more people are looking for varieties with interesting leaves that have contrasting colors and patterns,” says Cory Cumming, plant...
Fresh herbs are a summertime staple. Plant them in containers to keep them close at hand. When you’re playing chef and mixologist this summer, it’s your job to have fresh herbs ready for the picking. Nothing makes that easier than pots. Why wander far into the yard to harvest herbs...
Whether you enjoy an urban patio, have a small yard or just love putting your posies in pots, container gardening offers an attractive and space-saving solution for growing your favorite blooms and produce. There are many types of garden containers, and selecting the right one can be tricky. But the right...

Editor's Pick: Blooms

Yeah, we know. Cold. Drab. Dreary. Now is the perfect time to let a colorful new houseplant help banish wintertime blahs.
Replant summer containers with the rich colors of fall and extend their beauty into the season.
Cactus & Tropicals’ Cory Cumming offers five top tips for maintain healthy house plants.

Tropical Heat

Flourishing palms fronds, vibrant flowers, lush foliage and boldly woven fibers drive today's love for all-things-tropical

Get a Head Start

Why wait for summer when many cold-tolerant veggies are ready for planting before spring’s last frost? Now is the time to dig in.