Gardening by Region

Gardening by region is the best way to make sure your garden is at it's best. What works for one state -- or even for one county -- may not work elsewhere. We've taken the work out of it with a regional gardening guide to achieving garden success.

Add low-maintenance beauty to your yard with these tough native plants.

If deer treat your yard like a buffet line, try these plants. But keep in mind...

Don't let deer destroy your garden or landscape. Grow these plants to send the...

Beloved, hardy, low-maintenance garden plants are the best friend-makers a...

We've pulled together the top deer-resistant plants for each region. Click...

Make gardening a breeze with these easy-care native plants.

These tough plants withstand hot, humid conditions.

Enjoy a beautiful garden -- even if deer are a problem in your area -- with...

Add these old-fashioned, low-maintenance perennials to your yard; they're amon...

Grow a low-maintenance garden in a cinch with these perennials that thrive in...

Beloved, hardy, and old-fashioned, these low-maintenance garden plants are...

These award-winning plants perform like champions in the growing climate...

Find the average date for a last spring frost in your area. For more precise...

These garden plants are among the easiest you can grow, and they require almos...

Choose the right shrubs for the South and lots of bright color is guaranteed.

These tough, beautiful plants can take hot, dry conditions with ease. They're...

Get design ideas for creating a cute country-style garden from BHG.com reader...

Add these easy-growing native plants to your garden for lots of low-maintenanc...

Try these tough, low-maintenance plants for a beautiful, easy garden.

Get ideas for making your yard more beautiful with tips from a self-taught...

Add low-maintenance beauty to your yard with these tough Southwestern plants.

These plants are superstars in Texas gardens and landscapes. Texas...

These unusual and underused plants have earned awards from horticulturists for...

Is there a variety of peony that I can grow in south central Florida (Zone 9A)?

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