Fancy Tropical Herbs for Your Garden

Fancy Tropical Herbs for Your Garden | GardnersPath.com

Do you like the exotic taste of lemon grass and ginger infused dishes? If so, then grow your own! Read our guide to find out how simple it really is.

Growing Flowering Vines in the Garden

Flowering vines can be a great accent or the focal point in your lawn or garden. Read about which varieties work best and how to choose the appropriate varieties for your area. Read now.

Flowering vines can be a great accent or the focal point in your lawn or garden. Read about which varieties work best and how to choose the appropriate varieties for your area. Get the complete scoop now!

Grow Colorful, Fragrant Honeysuckle

Orange Red Trumpet Honey Suckle with Humming Bird | GardenersPath.com

Curtains of color and fragrance, exuberant Honeysuckle gives a lavish display of delicate blooms on a tough, trouble-free climber. The vines climb by twining and winding their stems around branches of other plants or supports, such as twine or rope, wire fencing of a trellis. Clustered blooms are 4-5cm long in beautiful shades of red, …

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Best Non-Invasive Flowering Vines to Grow in the North

Mulit-color Clematis | GardenersPath.com

Vines can make an excellent choice if you are looking for plants to grow on your property. They can enhance a property’s aesthetic beauty, add privacy, soften hard edges, and benefit the environment. Vines are generally low maintenance and can be easily trained to grow on gazebos, trellises, and arbors. Growing vines in the northern …

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Native Vines for Your Landscape

Red trumpet creeper vines climbing a wall.

Vines are handy for trellis or lattice arbors, to trace up trees, or to decorate a mailbox. For many, the thought of planting a native vine in their landscape or garden is preferential due to their easy maintenance. If you are considering a native vine, then these profiles should give you a few choices to …

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How to Grow Vegetables in Containers

Growing Vegetables in Containers | GardenersPath.com

Don’t have enough space for a full-sized vegetable patch? You can still enjoy homegrown produce by growing a garden in containers, on your patio or balcony.

Fall Annuals for the South

Impatients are a popular annual in the south | GardenersPath.com

Planting during the fall can be very rewarding to a lot of gardeners. Most annuals can be planted during the fall to yield beautiful flowers throughout the year. Annuals can be defined broadly as a type of plant that completes its full life cycle in one year or one growing season. These plants go through …

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4 Best Flowering Cherry Trees to Grow in the South

Top Cherry Trees for the South

If would take the better portion of a day to name every variety of cherry tree. All of them lovely and all originating from China and Japan. Some grow small and compact, others grow tall and provide shade, some produce cherries while others are strictly ornamental. All varieties of this flowering tree will grow well …

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Growing Hostas: A Favorite Shade Loving Perennial

Various types of hostas growing in a shady location.

Is your lawn or flower garden drenched in shade? Do you need some low height greenery to cover that bald patch created by shade trees? There’s one type of plant that is exceptional for this job. Think hosta. And no, they are not as common as you may believe. With hundreds of cultivars, they come in all sorts of colors, leaf arrangements, and colors. Research all of this and more on Gardener’s Path now.