GARDENS Magazine - March/April 2006
New Looks for Southern Belles
Flaunting striped flowers, ruffled edges, hot new hues and more, azaleas are looking better than ever.
Chinese pistachio, dogwood
Learn from this expert which new herb varieties to try in your Texas garden.
From the Sperry Garden
On a Personal Note
Eliminating weeds, pruning spring-blooming roses, and more
Rising Star: Blue Flax Seed Lily
Luminous variegated foliage fills a long-empty niche.
Four seasons of interest from one beautiful shrub.
Lucky clover? Not quite, but these plants' shamrock-shaped leaves might be your garden's pot of gold.
This curious, whimsical bloomer is ideal for shady gardens.
A more mannerly alternative to its Chinese cousin.
Transforming forgotten spaces into eye-catching gardens.
Structure and Form
The new aesthetic in garden design features graceful silhouettes, strong shapes and structural lines.
Taking Your Garden to New Heights
Create visual interest - and more space - in your garden by going vertical.
Dips, Ruts and Sink Holes
How to handle uneven situations in your lawn.
Controlling Grub Worms in Texas
Prevention tips and treatment options.
Hardscapes and accents create garden ambiance.