Over two decades, this wooded lot has been transformed with gravel pathways, sun and shade plantings, and unique artwork.
This colorful and carefully curated garden links Morrisville couple Berry and Dick Hayter to their roots in Zimbabwe and beyond.
A closer look at the floating bugs that glide along the surface of creeks and ponds — and the mysteries surrounding them.
Just like the plants in his garden, this writer finds we’re always learning and growing, dreaming and scheming.
Think outside of the big blue bin to keep these items out of the landfill.
This free service through the Department of Agriculture can save you time and money on your yard
Leave the leafs, bury the bulbs, observe, and give thanks as you work in your patch of Peidmont this month.by Hannah Ross | photography from the archives by Juli Leonard Summer lingers late in the Piedmont, but with the deep…
My landscape may be unfinished — but what in life is not?
A gardener’s fondness for his Japanese maple becomes a bittersweet reminder of life’s impermanence.
As fall turns to winter in Raleigh, it’s time to get those bulbs in the ground, prune up and let the soil rest.
An inviting layout and thoughtful plantings bring beauty and wildlife to a serene garden north of Raleigh.
In San Diego transplant Tom Mello’s garden in Cary, tropical landscaping transports you to the West coast.
Where to shop in town for a thriving backyard oasis.
General contractor and blogger Brittany Bailey is hunkering down—and rediscovering a passion.