How to Grow Beautiful and Productive Fig Trees

Easy to grow and easy to care for, figs reward with delicious and copious fruit | GardenersPath.com

Looking for a large and fruitful tree for your landscape? Consider the fig, an easy to grow, tall, and wide specimen that rewards little attention with bushels of sweet, fat, and juicy fruit that can be crafted into so much more than just Newtons. Learn more about this generous tree now on Gardener’s Path.

How to Plant and Grow Cilantro

Small green cilantro leaves growing in a cement planter, on a gray background.

If you can’t imagine a Mexican or Asian dish without the bright taste of cilantro, learn now from Gardener’s Path how to have a garden-fresh supply of this flavorful herb at the ready. We have all the info you need to grow your own – varieties, water and fertilization needs, and delicious recipe suggestions.

How to Grow and Care for Pecan Trees

Two tall and many shorter pecan trees growing in a green lawn, in the late afternoon.

Imagine placing a homemade pie on the Thanksgiving table, made from pecans from your own backyard tree. With a heavy dose of patience, some serious pruning, and lots of water, this dream can come true. Now on Gardener’s Path, learn how to grow these massive, stately, and fruitful trees in your landscape. Read more now.

How to Grow and Care for Vitex Flowers

Six spikes of lilac-colored vitex flowers, on narrow stems with skinny green leaves beneath the blooms that come to a sharp point, with green and brown foliage in the background.

Looking for an assertive grower whose attractive purple, pink, or off-white bloom spikes resemble those of lilac? Vitex — aka chaste plant — is a drought-tolerant beauty that can be pruned into a shrub, or allowed to stretch into tree form. To learn why this plant is anything but chaste, read more on Gardener’s Path.

Good Riddance, Rodents: Say Hello to Gopher Plant

Blooming Euphorbia rigida with chartreuse blossoms atop tall stems with pointy, narrow blue-green leaves.

Are you looking for a colorful and unusual plant that also repels rodents and deer? Consider the drought-tolerant, sun-loving gopher plant, a succulent-like xerophytic shrub with silvery-gray leaves, chartreuse bracts, and yellow springtime flowers. We’ll teach you how to grow it – read more now on Gardener’s Path.