GARDENS Magazine - March/April 2007
Variegated groundcovers add zip to shady corners
From vinca to ivy and beyond.
Amid Tyler's famed Azalea District, one couple took a cue from their Mediterranean Revival-style home and designed a courtyard with floriferous flair.
Japanese maple; gardenia.
Plant a patch of texas beauty
How one gardener achieved success sowing wildflowers.
From the Sperry Garden
On a Personal Note
Post-emergent weed control, caring for Easter lilies, and more.
Rising Star: Euphorbia 'Diamond Frost'
Every garden needs a little sparkle.
Formerly relegated to the wild, these hardy bloomers are making their way into cultivated gardens all around the state.
A grand choice for landscapes large and small.
A new variety of summer snapdragon provides months of cool-colored blooms.
Pink Knock Out® Rose
Pretty as a picture, but tough as nails.
The newest tomato, broccoli and ornamental pepper varieties for your garden.
Plant It This Weekend
Creating a cook's herb garden.
Bottles and Beads Windchime
With these simple instructions, this customized creation is a breeze.
Preventing weeds from infesting your lawn.
Container creations to brighten your day.