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With summer starting to wind down, it’s always exciting to pick a few new plants for the indoor windowsill that can help get us through the dark days to come. Here are some of our favorites...

A non-gardening friend asked me how she could create an enticing outdoor patio with plants that were easy to grow and hard to kill. Several plants came to mind. Here are the ones I recommended to her...

A woman wrote to me today and said her indoor garden is what brings her joy every day because she feels closer to the natural world and she gets great satisfaction from cultivating plant life. If you want indoor foliage plants, here are some of our favorites...

Easter Cactus, or Spring Cactus, bloom in many cheery colors and the flowers arrive in profusion from March until May. Their star-shaped blooms open at sunrise and close at sunset and last for several weeks...

Plants bring a much needed sense of peace and connection to the natural world. Although it still takes time to care for these living beauties, here are five carefree plants that can thrive in any indoor environment...

Angel’s Trumpets are fast growers when given full sun and plenty of fertilizer. Their intoxicating nighttime fragrance, variety of colors and spectacular long-fluted flowers are a welcoming sight in any garden bed. Here are a few of our favorites...

Longer, sunnier days are coming, and we’re excited to get ready for our spring gardening. So put away those snow shovels and get out the gardening tools. Here are some extraordinary plants to help you kick start the spring season...

When we are stuck inside our homes and the weather outside is frigid, our attention turns to making our indoor environment healthy, pleasing and alive. What better way to do this than with plants that clean the air...