7 of Our Favorite Heat-Tolerant Plants
The summer months can be tough for many plants. Thankfully, there is a variety of heat and drought-tolerant plants that will thrive in high temperatures and little rain.
5 Problem-Solving Plants for Your Landscape
Along with the joys of gardening and landscaping, unique problems can arise in your outdoor spaces – from deer eating your carefully-grown plants to nosey neighbors peering into your backyard.  Luckily, certain plants spare you from headaches and do the...
The Essential Soil
Soil is a lot like the human gut. Fuel in the form of leaves and manure lands on the surface of the soil and various organisms break it down into smaller, more digestible parts- much like our stomachs. The microbes in the soil (often with the help of fungi) then do their microscopic work converting these partially digested matter into food for themselves. What is left behind from this process are nutrients in a form plants can use for food and particles that add necessary texture to soil.