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Garden Design Ideas, Tips, and Inspiration

See tons of inspiration, design ideas, gardening tips, maintenance to-do lists and more from Fine Gardening Magazine.
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How to Get Big Flowers from Bigleaf Hydrangeas Hydrangia, Big Leaf Hydrangea, Woodland Plants, How To Get Bigger, Hydrangea Macrophylla, Cut Flower Garden, Big Flowers, Garden Gates, Garden Landscaping
How to Get Big Flowers from Bigleaf Hydrangeas
Learn how to get big hydrangea flowers by understanding how bigleaf hydrangeas grow and selecting the right varieties for your climate.
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These Tough Plants Scoff at Heavy Clay Soils
Even late in the season, beauty is possible in clay soils. Discover tough plants that are clay busters and how to improve the soil.
Pollinator Plants for California Fine Gardening, California Regions, Beneficial Bugs, Garden Design, Plants, Landscape Designs, Plant, Planets
Pollinator Plants for California
Discover the best pollinator plants for the California region. Help support beneficial bugs and create a gorgeous pollinator garden.
9 of the Most Beautiful Berry-Producing Plants to Feed the Birds Portra 400, Kodak Portra, Berry, Wildlife, Design Ideas, Colorful, Discover, Tips
Beautiful Berry-Producing Plants to Feed the Birds
Discover plants with colorful fruits. From beautyberries to hollies, these berry-producing plants provide beauty and support wildlife.
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Plants for Pathways
In this article, learn how to choose the right plants for pathways and how to consider each plant’s foot-traffic tolerance.
‘Sea Foam’ artemisia (Artemisia ‘Sea Foam’, Zones 4–10) Shadows, Iridescent, Easily, Texture, Light
Silver Goes With Everything
You know that friend who can easily mingle with everyone at a party? That is silver in a garden. It is also fantastic at emphasizing and complementing a plant’s texture, with its iridescent qualities and striking shadows as the light changes throughout the day.
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And It Was All Yellow
A color echo from a soft yellow daylily and a black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta, Zones 3–8)
I have built up a plant arsenal containing low-growing, slope-friendly shrubs that can take a beating yet gain ground fairly quickly. To make the cut, shrubs must have a vigorous, soil-holding root system and a tight mesh of intertwining shoots that diffuses heavy rains Low Maintenance Landscaping, Low Maintenance Plants, Flowering Shrubs, Trees And Shrubs, Garden Trees, Flower Garden
Shrubs for Sloped Areas of the Yard
I have built up a plant arsenal containing low-growing, slope-friendly shrubs that can take a beating yet gain ground fairly quickly. To make the cut, shrubs must have a vigorous, soil-holding root system and a tight mesh of intertwining shoots that diffuses heavy rains
Garden designer Wesley Younie is no stranger to dealing with challenging environments. When presented with this garden’s elevation changes, drainage management, and extreme climate conditions, he devised a plan that addresses it all. Want to know which plants he used? See the plant IDs for this beautiful, sustainable landscape by visiting the link. Wesley, Drainage, Stranger, Extreme, Management, Visiting, Landscape
A Landscape Planting Plan for Challenging Conditions
Garden designer Wesley Younie is no stranger to dealing with challenging environments. When presented with this garden’s elevation changes, drainage management, and extreme climate conditions, he devised a plan that addresses it all. Want to know which plants he used? See the plant IDs for this beautiful, sustainable landscape by visiting the link.
English country garden Garden Shrubs, Garden Edging, Garden Borders, Country Gardening, Country Cottage Garden, Cottage Gardens, Cottage Style
An English Country Garden in Summer
During his time designing and maintaining this English country garden, Istvan Dudas has wholeheartedly embraced the cottage garden style.
Native Grasses Great Plains, Grasses, Nativity, Sustainability
Native Grasses
Don’t think native grasses are just for the Great Plains. Their understated beauty and form fit any setting. Here are nine show-stoppers.
We’re visiting Kristen Rembold’s beautiful garden today. I garden on an urban/suburban acre. I am the gardener, but my husband, Chris, designs and builds stone paths and garden structures, cheerfully spreads mulch, and creates the leaf mold we use in vegetable beds. This garden was featured on GPOD in the spring season about a decade ago (Spring in Kristen’s Garden in Virginia). Since then, we’ve added a screened porch and porch garden, where we like to hang out three seasons of the year. Echinacea Purpurea, Shrubs, Acer Palmatum, Porch Garden, Taunton, Seasons Of The Year, Garden Photos
Summer in Kristen’s Garden - FineGardening
We’re visiting Kristen Rembold’s beautiful garden today. I garden on an urban/suburban acre. I am the gardener, but my husband, Chris, designs and builds stone paths and garden structures, cheerfully spreads mulch, and creates the leaf mold we use in vegetable beds. This garden was featured on GPOD in the spring season about a decade ago (Spring in Kristen’s Garden in Virginia). Since then, we’ve added a screened porch and porch garden, where we like to hang out three seasons of the year.
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Pots Can Make Your Garden Come Alive
Have a problem area and not sure what to do? Learn how to decorate using containers with these garden design tips.
evergreen plants in the garden Lush Garden, Shade Garden, Japanese Fern, Climbing Hydrangea, Virginia Creeper, Photos On Facebook
Evergreen Plants in the Garden
Though the hellebores have long since finished flowering, their pest-resistant, evergreen foliage still contributes to the garden.
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A Stone Bed Garden
This is the first year in about six years that I have been able to do more gardening again. It is so enjoyable to see the garden grow.