A blooming magnolia

Home & Garden

Stop and smell the tea olives

A woman swings on a swing in her garden

Home & Garden

Native plants color the canvas for a Lowcountry artist and landscape architect

A child standing on a ladder eating juneberries.

Home & Garden

My dad named the Jennybelle Juneberry—aka serviceberry—after me, and now it heralds summer for Southerners everywhere

A garden with palms


How a veterinarian with a green thumb turned a junkyard into a palm paradise

A cardboard box under a hydrangea

Home & Garden

Skip the pulling and especially the spraying, and join me in sheet mulching

Pink roses in a bush in a park

Home & Garden

Plus, the rose that smells like sweet tea

A collage of three photos. On the right a cardinal, on the left a bird with red speckles, in the center a clear bird feeder with a camera attached.


A smart bird feeder, a bounty of garden seeds, avian artwork, and more thoughtful finds to delight both birders and feathered friends


What to know to get ready, and one compelling reason not to sweep them from your yard

In the Garden

Pretty pollinators, predatory stink bugs, parasitic wasps—a thriving garden has it all

Bradford pear trees in bloom

Land & Conservation

One by one, states are banning the beautiful but invasive tree—and for good reason

A yellow American finch perches on top of a coneflower in a field of coneflowers.

Home & Garden

Feathered friends will sing their praises over these native blooming vines, seed-laden flowers, and berry bushes. Plus: Tips and tricks for taking a naturalist approach to gardening

Field peas growing on vines with bright green leaves and white flowers.

In the Garden

Neglect them in the heat of summer, and they’ll reward you with a flavorful bounty

An aerial view of a vegetable garden with a stick fence

Home & Garden

In her new book, foraging pro Tama Matsuoka Wong outlines a gentler approach to gardening that’s both beautiful and delicious

A woman wears a navy smock in the garden

Home & Garden

Style inspiration for digging in the dirt from Britain’s Monty Don

Hands digsinto the dirt in a garden with plants around them

Home & Garden

Get your hands dirty at these spring-themed workshops

A farmer stands in a field holding a bean

Home & Garden

Crops like Blue Ridge butternut squash support food-system resilience—and taste great too

Inside a greenhouse with rows of bonsai trees on tables

Home & Garden

The little Asian hobby tree has led to a big, beautiful business in Olive Branch

A woman in a button down sits in a garden


The design legend shares tips and stories in her beautiful new book

A watercolor illustration of a man with a shovel and bucket chasing a brown horse in a field

End of the Line

Exulting in the joys (and uses) of a pile of poo

Ice on pink camellia flowers and leaves.

Home & Garden

Experts weigh in on useful (and clever) tips for protecting your plants this winter