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.

Low-Maintenance Perennials for the Northeast

Beloved, hardy, and old-fashioned, these low-maintenance garden plants are among the easiest you can grow.
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Gold Medal Plant Choices for Mid-Atlantic Landscapes

For Mid-Atlantic landscapes, these selections are the gold standard. Chosen for beauty and ease of growing, these plants add award-winning style to the garden.
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Plants to Love in Your New England Landscape

These unusual and underused plants have earned awards from horticulturists for their proven value in New England landscapes.
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October Gardening Tips for the Northeast

Cool temperatures make time spent in the garden enjoyable. Roll up your sleeves and dig into fall chores.
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June Gardening Tips for the Northeast

Ah, summer is here and the garden is hitting its stride as roses, peonies, irises, and other flowers flourish.
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September Gardening Tips for the Northeast

A blast of cool at last! The September garden is a lesson in rejuvenation.
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More Gardening in the Northeast

15 Top Native Plants of the Northeast

Add these easy-growing native plants to your garden for lots of low-maintenance color through the seasons.
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Top Deer-Resistant Plants of the Northeast

If deer treat your yard like a buffet line, try these plants. But keep in mind that deer in your neighborhood may have already developed a taste for some of these plants. Unfortunately, deer do not read lists.
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February Gardening Tips for the Northeast

While winter winds down, spring garden chores -- inside and out -- will get you ready for the new season.