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Our Favorite Garden Design Stories
- 7 Tips for a Beautiful Winter Garden
Don't ignore your landscape when the thermometer dips: Add a new kind of life to your yard with a well-done winter.
Vegetable Garden Layout Tips
Want to harvest your own tomatoes, lettuce, basil, and more? Read on for essential how-tos in planning a vegetable.
Garden Design Tips
Get garden design tips from an Alaskan designer.
Vegetable Garden Design
Japanese Garden Design
Love the simplicity of Asian design? Blend the elements of nature to create a peaceful, pleasing Japanese garden re.
Small Garden Design
Add big color to your compact landscape with our collection of ideas for small garden plans.
Flower Garden Design Tips
Creating a beautiful landscape isn't as hard
as you might think. Follow these 12 flower garden design tips for your.
Conquer tough soil by growing up with this raised bed filled with gorgeous annuals.
English Garden Design
Give your home a welcoming feel with an exuberant cottage garden in the front yard.
Best Blue Flowers for Your Garden
Fill your garden with relaxing shades of blue. Here are some of our favorite blue flowers.
Best Orange Flowers for Your Garden
Add drama to your landscape with bold orange flowers. Here are some of the best.
Best White Flowers for Your Garden
White goes with everything, so be sure to incorporate some of these flowers in your garden.
The Elements of Cottage Garden Design
Cottage gardens are known for their lush, romantic nature. Learn more about giving your yard cottage style.
Create Formal Style in Your Landscape
The formal look never goes out of style. Learn how to make your yard a little more formal.
The Best Fragrant Flowers for Your Garden
Incorporate fragrant flowers in your yard. Here are some of the best.
Get to Know Your Favorite Butterflies
Learn which butterflies you're seeing in your yard.
Plant the flowers that are sure to attract hummingbirds.
Learn more about the Better Homes and Gardens Test Garden.