Northeast Gardening 67 Ideabooks
It's the last month of a busy year. Most of us have stashed away gloves and tools for the season, and some can kick off their boots by a toasty fire to warm their tired limbs. While our gardens sleep under a blanket of mulch and light snow and don't need attention, there are still plenty of things to think about and do....
Northeast Gardener's November Checklist
Let titian foliage and berries, silky milkweed, late-blooming asters and more lure you out into the autumn garden
Fall is winding down, but that doesn't mean it's stopping. Garden maintenance is ongoing, and with cooler temperatures and plants entering dormancy, it's still possible to dig and transplant, and to add...
Northeast Gardener's October Checklist
Northeast Gardener's September Checklist
Northeast Gardener's August Checklist
The last month of summer is bittersweet, even though I'm swatting mosquitoes left and right as I weed in my shade garden. With heavy rains in the Northeast in June and July, the mosquitoes are particularly bad in August. Many homeowners are seeing the...
Northeast Gardener's July Checklist
Fire up your garden with sun-loving yellow and red blooms to put you in a party mood for outdoor summer fun
Northeast Gardener's June Checklist
Tote out garden ornaments, unleash your color passion and glean inspiration from the many Northeast tours
Northeast Gardener's May Checklist
Tiptoe through the lupines or dance under a flowering tree; warm weather brings abundant garden wonders to behold in the Northeast U.S.
Northeast Gardener's April Checklist
Revel in the wonders of spring by babying bulbs, sprinkling seeds for root crops and setting out some nibbles for the birds
Northeast Gardener's March Checklist
Haul out the tarp and get in gear for cutting — you might just spy some early bulb blooms while you're at it
Northeast Gardener's February Checklist
Follow your passions during the month of love with bursts of your favorite colors and fragrances via indoor plants
Northeast Gardener's January Checklist
Feed the bees, support local garden clubs and have fun with natives to get your garden looking its best in 2013
10 Native Wildflowers to Beautify Your Winter Garden
They stand strong in wind, feed wildlife and are easy to grow. But you may want to add these plants for their looks alone
Great Design Plant: Strawberries for All Seasons
Great Design Plant: Louie Eastern White Pine
This stunning golden conifer will bring a smile to your face and add a ray of sunshine to your winter garden