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A burst of vivid color makes people feel welcome and cheered as they approach your home. Via Burke's Backyard

Your front yard is such an important feature of your home's aesthetic. It's a large part of what gives it curb appeal and it really sets the tone before your…

Training fruit trees (and other things). Great idea for smaller properties too!

Today's photos are from Andrea Niederer near Boise, Idaho. Andrea says, "I live in the Intermountain West, near Boise, Idaho, in USDA Hardiness Zone 6. We have lots of sun and cool nights so...

Spilled Flower Pot Ideas – Spilled flower pots are a whimsical and humorous trend in garden design. This is an easy concept to use in any backyard garden, and requires only a little thought and creativity. #SpilledFlower #PotIdeas #Flower #Ideas

Spilled Flower Pot Ideas – Spilled flower pots are a whimsical and humorous trend in garden design. This is an easy concept to use in any backyard garden, and requires only a little thought and creativity. #SpilledFlower #PotIdeas #Flower #Ideas

Everything You Need to Know About Dragon Fruit Trees

Keep reading to learn more about the strange-looking but curiously cool dragon fruit tree, a member of the cactus family.

Small trees can pack a big punch into your landscape. Here are some of our editors' favorite varieties.

They may not reach towering heights, but small trees can still pack a big punch in your landscape. Whether you've got a modest-size yard or are just running out of room to add more plants, these varieties will fit in perfectly.

Orange Trees in a Garden in Sevilla

How to Transplant Citrus Trees. Citrus trees are an asset to any garden or landscape. Many of them have attractive foliage and flowers, especially in spring, and all of them produce tasty nutritious fruit. It is usually best to start a citrus tree growing in a pot indoors and transplant it outside at five or six months. Sometimes, though, you may...

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(Promoted) gonicc Professional Micro-Tip Pruning Snip (GPPS-1008), Small Garden Hand Pruner & shears For Arranging Flowers, Trimming Pla

Small yard narrow privacy trees for year-round privacy and interest. With small yard landscape you need to make the best of every single inch of garden space you have. Solve this problem by selecting narrow evergreen trees for a privacy screen or privacy fence in your small yard. A tree that’s both slender and keeps it’s leaves/needles year-round interest will solve both size and privacy issues! Top left photo ©DoreenWynja.com photography #privacytree #narrowtree #privacyscreen #evergreen

Small yard narrow privacy trees for year-round privacy and interest. With small yard landscape you need to make the best of every single inch of garden space you have. Solve this problem by selecting narrow evergreen trees for a privacy screen or privacy fence in your small yard. A tree that’s both slender and keeps it’s leaves/needles year-round interest will solve both size and privacy issues! Top left photo ©DoreenWynja.com photography #privacytree #narrowtree #privacyscreen #evergreen

Fast growing privacy trees you can plant for quick growing shade and shelter. These varieties will transform a bare landscape into privacy trees in no time #privacytrees #fastgrowingtrees #trees #planting

Fast growing privacy trees that'll provide years of shade and privacy and don't take decades to grow! Invest in these varieties now and enjoy your yard!

These planters are filled 1/3 with Styrofoam and a minimum amount of soil to reduce weight on this rooftop garden

From a sprawling backyard garden to an urbane rooftop escape visible only to neighboring high rises, Lolita Aaron’s transformation from suburban gardener to urban gardener provides unlikely lessons in renewal and regeneration.