Garden Designing

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Choosing the Best Companion Plants for a Phlox

Many sun loving perennials go well with phlox, such as ornamental grasses, agastache, rudbeckia, coreopsis

How to Use Junipers in Your Landscape

Juniper trees are attractive ornamental plants that produce taste berries – a Juniper’s berries

Advantages To Planting Dahlias In Your Yard

With so many choices of flowering plants, you may have difficulty each spring deciding what to plant.

Choosing the Best Companion Plants for a Caladium

Caladium bulbs are leafy plants with foliage that comes in green, white, salmon, red and pink varieties.

Choosing The Best Companion Plants For Impatiens

Summer shade garden planting wouldn’t be complete without the bold, bright colors of impatiens.

How To Care For Your Topiary Garden

A topiary garden is created by growing hardy plants like evergreens, holly and boxwoods over a shaped

Create a Privacy Hedge with Arborvitae Trees

Arborvitae trees can be used to create dense evergreen privacy hedges. They have a symmetrical shape

Using Sugar Beets to Attract Wildlife

If you're trying to attract wildlife to your garden for hunting, photography, or any other reason, sugar

Tips for Using a Foxglove in Companion Planting

Tips for using a Foxglove in companion planting will make your other flowers stand out and not get lost

Using a Serviceberry in your Landscape

The serviceberry, or Juneberry, tree is an ornamental fruit tree that also makes a fantastic landscape

Ideas for Using Spirea Shrubs in Your Garden

There are many varieties of spireas, which is one of the most common shrubs in gardens across America.