Looking for shrubs that provide winter interest to the garden? These six broad-leaved evergreens are beautiful, hardy and easy to maintain.
Slower growth as well as fewer weeds and pests makes winter gardening easy compared with summer. Choose some cold-hardy vegetables, set up some protection and get started.
Crops such as kale, collards, turnips and even certain types of lettuce can survive—and even improve—with frost, so they’re ideal for fall and winter planting.
Many plants we grow as annuals are frost-sensitive perennials. Keeping them from year to year is easy if you follow one of these methods of overwintering geraniums and other plants.
Tricking cool-season greens into believing it’s not quite summer is essential to learning how to delay bolting and extend the harvest of these plants. Learn five ways you can delay bolting.