Jim McColl: When Garden Plants Go Rogue Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. google An iconRead More →

From the ominous snowy landscape outside the Overlook Hotel in “The Shining” to Ned Stark’s stark warning that winter is coming in “Game of Thrones,” pop culture has taught us that winter can be scary, but seasoned Southern California gardeners know best. Here, fall and winter give gardeners a chanceRead More →

From the ominous snowy landscape outside the Overlook Hotel in “The Shining” to Ned Stark’s stark warning that winter is coming in “Game of Thrones,” pop culture has taught us that winter can be scary, but seasoned Southern California gardeners know best. Here, the fall and winter offer gardeners aRead More →

A new study by environmentalists at University of Massachusetts Amherst revealed that 1,330 garden centers and online retailers still sell invasive species as garden plants. Of the hundreds of invasive plants the team found available for sale, 20 species are illegal to grow or sell nationwide. “Once we recognize thatRead More →

Canna flowers As summer arrives and everyone wants to get rid of that scorching summer heat. Let’s discuss some heat absorbing plants that are useful during this time. Instead of giving up gardening during these heat-charged months, try planting these garden plants that absorb heat better than others. Heat-absorbing plants:Read More →

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The High Line is a glorious, sandy garden in the beating heart of New York City, full of ideas for gardens and gardeners around the world. It’s a landmark, an ever-changing horticultural and social scene – and a source of inspiration. This garden does not seek to hide its industrialRead More →