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  • Backyard Makeover: From Lawn to Bountiful Kitchen Garden
    Watch one gardener transform her plain backyard into a thriving garden with Gardener's CedarLast raised beds and obelisk.
  • How to Choose Trellises and Supports for Climbing Plants
    Make the most of climbing plants by providing the right kind of support.
  • Clematis in Containers
    Bring the "queen of climbers" up close by growing compact varieties in planters on your patio or deck.
  • Green Thumb Awards
    The Green Thumb Awards, a program of the Direct Gardening Association, recognizes outstanding new plants and products. Each year, companies enter their best new products with the hopes of winning this prestigious award.
  • How to Grow Sweet Peas from Seed
    With their large, easy-to-germinate seeds, sweet peas are fun to grow from seed. Plus, the resulting blooms are gorgeous and beautifully fragrant.
  • Meet Allegra DeAngelo
      Allegra DeAngelo Meet Allegra DeAngelo A LLEGRA DeAngelo is part of our network of nationwide testers. She gardens on her balcony in Queens, NY, and helps us understand the joys and challenges of small-space, urban gardening.
  • Cucumbers in Containers
    Although cucumbers have sprawling vines, you can grow them in containers. The key is to choose a compact variety and train those vines up a trellis.
  • Garden Design: Create Planters and Raised Beds for Butterflies
    Invite butterflies and other pollinators to your deck or patio with these planting designs featuring richly colored blooms.
  • How to Grow Clematis
    New to clematis? Learn how to grow this glorious flowering vine.
  • Press Room
    Gardener's Supply press releases and "In the News" features.
  • Cucumbers
    Cukes are hot-weather plants, so plant when the soil is at least 65 degrees. In warm parts of the country you can put seeds directly into the ground; in short-season areas, you should start seedlings indoors a couple weeks before putting them out into the garden.
  • How to Choose Flower Supports
    We give you a guide to stakes, poles, and other plant supports. If you have a few of each kind on hand, you'll be ready for the season's challenges.
  • Peas
    Peas are are one of the first things you can plant in the spring. With careful attention timing, you'll be harvesting in early summer.
  • How Plants Climb
    Climbing plants climb in particular ways: some wrap, some adhere, and some curl. Learn to recognize which plants do what, so you can choose the right kind of trellis or support.
  • Planting Plans for Elevated Raised Beds
    Kitchen garden expert Ellen Ecker Ogden presents planting plans for our Elevated Raised Beds that bring both flavor and color.
  • Garden Design Techniques that will Transform Your Landscape
    Professional garden designer Kerry Ann Mendez will help you transform your landscape and create stunning, easy-care gardens.
  • Bamboo Structures for the Garden
    Welcome to the wonderful world of bamboo! From fences to supports to trellises, bamboo is both practical and beautiful.
  • How to Grow Gladiolus
    These classic flower spikes have been adorning summer gardens and bouquets for generations! Learn how to plant, care for, and harvest bold, beautiful gladiolus.
  • Container Gardening
    How to successfully grow plants in containers -- indoors and out.
  • Our Team of Garden Testers
    Meet the gardeners who make sure our products are the best.
  • Late-Summer Planting Yields Fall Vegetables
    Seeds germinate fast when the soil is already warm from that summer sun. For delicious fall crops of spinach, lettuce, peas, kale, and broccoli, late summer is the time to plant.
  • How to Grow Pumpkins
    Pumpkins are long-season, heat-loving crops that can take 100 days to fully ripen. Cold-climate gardeners may want to start seeds indoors.
  • Creating Privacy
    Tips for making your backyard, porch, balcony or patio a little more private.
  • Urban Vegetable Gardening
    With the right containers, raised beds, and potting mix, you can grow a huge amount of veggies in a tiny space.
  • Melons
    Watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew and other melons are heat-loving plants. They need warm soil to thrive.
  • Tending Your Garden
    Densely planted raised beds don't require as much weeding as regular garden beds. Shown here is our All-American Garden in late June.
  • Spinach
    Spinach is a cool-weather crop. Plant seeds directly into the garden, four to six weeks before the last spring frost.
  • Planting My Bountiful, Beautiful Backyard
    Flower gardener Debra Prinzing says, "It seems like backyard gardeners are rediscovering cutting gardens. Thank goodness!"
  • Fresh Ideas for Green Beans
    When backyard beans are plentiful, use these recipes and techniques to ensure that you'll never tire of another harvest.
  • Double Your Harvest with Succession Planting
    Increase your harvest with succession planting! Regularly seeding and rotating your crops will extend your growing season and make the most of a small garden space.
  • Don't Hide Your Veggies
    Learn how to create a vegetable garden that showcases the plants and invites exploration.
  • Cocktails in the Garden
    Drinks made with just-picked herbs, fruit, and vegetables as flavorings and garnishes are the toast of the summer party season.
  • Are You Ready for Roses?
    To help ensure your success with roses, we've gathered some rose care products to help you get the most from your roses.
  • Edible Landscaping
    Vegetables and fruits don't need to be hidden away in a back bed - include edibles all throughout your landscape for both flavor AND beauty.
  • Making Perfect Pickles, from Cuke to Crunch
    Tips for making the BEST pickles. *Hint: It starts with great cucumbers.