How to Grow and Use Capers

Close up of of the purple, white, and yellow blooms of the caper bush, Capparis spinosa.

Looking for an intriguing edible plant with spectacular flowers that will astound the neighbors? Consider growing caper bush, a Mediterranean native whose preserved fruit makes a delicious addition to many dishes. Learn more about growing this tough beauty — and preserving the fruit — now on Gardener’s Path.

Are Plants that Repel Mosquitoes a Scam?

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While you may have heard of mosquito-repelling plants, and while there are some that contain substances that do indeed repel the dreaded pests, it’s a bit more complicated than simply adding new plants to the landscape. At Gardener’s Path now, learn the best way to keep mosquitoes from biting at backyard barbecues.

How to Grow and Care For Sweet Pea Flowers

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For vintage flair in a modern garden, consider vining sweet pea. With so many colors to choose from – including pink, lavender, violet, deep purple, red, yellow, white, and blue – you might have a hard time deciding which to plant! Learn why this fragrant flower should be growing in your garden now!

Dwarf Citrus: A Valuable Tree for Home Gardening

Closeup of three yellow lemons growing on short branches with green leaves, growing in a large terra cotta pot filled with brown soil, in front of a tan stone wall.

Looking for a versatile, small, and fruitful tree for your landscape? Learn all about dwarf citrus, a petite performer that produces sweet and tart fruit of the same quality and size as its full-sized cousins, in a specimen, espaliered, or container form that’s perfect for smaller spaces. Read more on Gardener’s Path.

Doing Battle with Stink Bugs

Get tips and tricks for ridding your garden of voracious stink bug invaders | GardenersPath.com

Is your garden bugged by stink bugs? Learn how to banish these malodorous, produce-eating pests from your garden once and for all with tips and hints from the experts at Gardener’s Path.