One of the benefits many gardeners enjoy in the garden landscape is pleasing fragrance. These spring plants create pleasant aroma in the garden. Gardeners enjoy not only the sights of spring, as new life unfurls, but also the smells of spring. Spring bulbs, shrubs and flowers can all provide a sweet aroma to the garden […]
Roses have popped up in several of our recent lists, versatile and gorgeous in any garden. These roses are a boon for organic gardeners, because unlike hybrid tea roses, they are disease resistant, hardy, and do not need spraying or pesticide treatments.
With the temperatures beginning to warm up, gardeners are itching to get into the garden. Thankfully, there’s plenty to do in the garden now and we finally some green growing things to enjoy.
An incredibly rewarding plant for the organic garden is catmint. Its easy going ways and herbal benefits would be enough for it to earn a place in your landscape, but it will also treat you to beautiful, long-lasting blooms that attract butterflies and other pollinators.
Vines are often relegated to a picket fence or rose arbor, but using vining plants in the landscape can create a lush, textured feel with very little effort. Here are some fun ways to incorporate vines into the garden landscape.
Sometimes, our initial impression of what an organic garden should look like is rather plain. Tomatoes, lettuce, peppers – we see a basic vegetable garden and not much more. But organic gardening can be anything you dream up!