30 Ways to Grow Hydrangeas in Containers
Southerners love hydrangeas. The only thing better? Hydrangeas in containers. These gorgeous blooming shrubs are Southern garden staples, and we have plenty of ideas for your hydrangea container gardens this year. Whether you are planting French (a.k.a bigleaf) hydrangeas (Hydrangea macrophylla), smooth hydrangea (H. arborescens), oakleaf hydrangea (H. quercifolia), panicle hydrangea (H. paniculata), or mountain hydrangea (H. serrata), we’ll help you get you containers in top-notch shape and…
20 Dreamy Hydrangea Gardens That Are Giving Us Major Inspiration
The South’s favorite flower has us counting down the days until our gardens are bursting with blooms again. We rounded up a few of our favorite hydrangeas to inspire our gardens—and help us get through the rest of winter.
Gravel: 10 Drainage Ideas to Steal for a Landscape
Gravel is a superhero in a landscape, a maintenance-free ground cover that allows water to drain back into the soil. Here are ten gardens with gravel to envy (with ideas you can steal for your own garden):
Stone Walls and Gabion Stone Fences– A Stylish Alternative for Beautiful Homes
Looking for a new look for your fence? What about the gabion stone fence? I’ve always loved the look of gabion walls – the subtle variation in stone colour, the texture of different rock fillings and the light and shade of stone and crevice.
The Lethal Weapon 2 House
Since I am constantly dragging my boyfriend on my stalking adventures every single weekend, I decided to finally stalk a place he would enjoy – the house on stilts from Lethal Weapon 2. This …
DIY Mirrored Gazing Balls for the Garden • The Garden Glove
In this post, we'll show you how to make a DIY mirrored gazing ball starting with a bowling ball. This is a great budget DIY project that anyone can do!
Finding The Right Color Scheme For Your Outdoor Space
When it comes to your outdoor space, how much color is too much? The answer: there are no hard and fast rules. Kate here, and if you read my posts from time to time, you likely know about my recent obsession with outdoor DIY projects. I’ve been especially interested in pots and planters this season, […]
Before & After: A Garden Makeover in Michigan for Editor Michelle Adams - Gardenista
After nearly a decade of editing shelter magazines, Michelle Adams left New York City to create her own version of paradise. She ended up where she'd start