If you’re looking for a beautiful addition to your garden that requires very little maintenance while offering a bountiful harvest year after year, then lavender is the plant for you! Learn what variety fits with your region and the best tips to grow it on Gardener’s Path.
If you love the savory taste of onions in your cooking and want to be able to grow some at home, follow this step by step guide to proper seeding, cultivation, and maintenance to produce a harvest that’s plump, juicy, and full of flavor. Enjoy these helpful tips from the knowledgeable gardeners at Gardener’s Path. Read more now.
Corn is a great addition to any garden, with hundreds of hybrids for farmers to pick from. We love corn so much here at Gardener’s Path that we’ve put together step-by-step instructions for growing delicious sweet corn in any backyard. Read more now.
The crape myrtle is celebrated for its abundant groupings of colorful and delicate flowers in hues from white to deep red. If you know anything about these trees, you know that pruning them is a subject of great debate. To learn the proper way to trim crape myrtle trees, read more now on Gardener’s Path.
Watermelons are a delightfully traditional way to celebrate the end of summer. While thought of as an intimidating fruit to grow, they are worth the effort with their sensational sweet bounty. Learn how to introduce these beauties to your garden with growing and harvesting tips that anyone can master. Start here to learn more now on Gardener’s Path!
If you don’t love spinach, you just haven’t met the right variety yet! Delicious and packed full of good stuff, this green veggie is a cinch to grow in home gardens. Start a number of varieties in spring, summer, or fall with these proven growing tips from Gardener’s Path.
Roses add an inviting touch of romance to a landscape. Be sure to keep yours in top form by pruning the right way at the right time. Did you know that you can adjust the quantity and size of blossoms by varying your cutting technique? Learn this and more with 5 pruning tips here on Gardener’s Path.