Gardening in the Northeast

Gardening in the northeast brings autumn tree colors, spectacular bursts of summertime blooms, and deeply cold days in wintertime.There are plants adapted to the northeast growing zone, so make preparations to ensure your garden grows its best. Look at other gardeners' spaces; we have several Northeast landscapes that will get you motivated to create your own garden.

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

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

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

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

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

Our lawn-care calendar will show you what to do, and when, for the lawn of you...

Create lots of color and texture in your landscape with easy-growing flowering...

These Northeastern gardeners have created a landscape perfect for outdoor...

Welcome spring! Step outside and soak in the sights of the season as you tackl...

Use our guide to select the best roses for gardens in the Northeast.

Drought won't get your garden down if you grow these beautiful perennials.

For Mid-Atlantic landscapes, these selections are the gold standard. Chosen fo...

These apple trees are easy to grow and produce plenty of fruit.

Bring sweet scents to your northeastern landscape with these classic garden...

Country Gardens magazine photographed the organic garden of Anne Raver in...

May is a busy month in the garden. As you prepare to dig into the growing...

Here's a rundown of what you can be doing in your garden this month.

These plants promise to attract a variety of butterflies to your garden.

Like July fireworks, perennial borders burst into color in midsummer heat....

Welcome feathered friends to your backyard with these bird-friendly plants.

From Better Homes and Gardens, ideas and improvement projects for your home an...

Bring edible plants into ornamental beds for a season-long show.

These spectacular bloomers enliven Northeastern gardens with fall color and...

Biting winds and frosty mornings give warning to wrap up planting and tackle...

While winter winds down, spring garden chores -- inside and out -- will get yo...

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