Ready to discover 7 terrific thyme varieties you can grow at home? Drought-tolerant and easy to care for, this small shrub-like perennial brings flavor to your cooking and character to your landscape. An edible and ornamental plant, thyme features an exquisite fragrance and colorful blooms. Read more now.
Learn how to plant and grow culinary hotshot poblano peppers in your vegetable garden. Easy to start seeds indoors or outside, you can expect the savory peppers in just over two months. With a mild SHU rating, poblanos are not too hot, and grow well next to other well-known chili varieties like jalapenos or serranos.
Discover the magic and beauty of growing native wildflower baby blue eyes. Easy to plant and maintain, the annual produces gorgeous blue springtime flowers. Perfect for containers, groundcover, and wildflower patches between shrubs, baby blue eyes pleases the eye and attracts beneficial pollinators to your garden.