Written on March 1, 2013 at 5:58 am , by Justin W. Hancock
One of the hardest parts of being a garden editor at Better Homes and Gardens is that we cover a national audience and gardening isn’t a national topic. Different regions have very different gardening needs — and plants for that matter. Some of the best-recommended plants for New England, for example, fail in Texas (and top Texas plants don’t stand a chance in Massachusetts).
That’s why we launched Gardening Where You Live — this new feature on BHG.com helps you identify the best plants and gardening techniques for your particular part of the country. It’s a quick and easy way to filter through all the gardening advice we have online to pick what’s most relevant for you.
We’ll be updating and adding to it as we go, so check it out through the gardening season!
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