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Lookout Mountain Farmhouse: The Pool

Lookout Mountain Farmhouse: The Boxwood Garden

The Boxwood Garden

Lookout Mountain Farmhouse: The Vegetable Garden

The Vegetable Garden

Boxwoods have been the backbone of Southern gardens for centuries, and new selections are now offering solutions for every landscape.

Boxwoods for Every Landscape

Brighten your garden with some of our favorite hydrangea varieties.

French Hydrangea Varieties

Learn how to multiply your hydrangeas with this simple rooting technique.

Grumpy's Tips for Rooting Hydrangeas

Our best tips and tricks on how to plant and care for hydrangeas.

Grumpy Gardener's Guide to Hydrangeas

These popular bulbs offer a wide array of colors, shapes, and sizes.

Grow the Perfect Hollyhocks | These spectacular perennials regularly reach 8 feet—and taller!

Grow the Perfect Hollyhocks

How To Grow Striped Tomatoes | Even if you've never grown tomatoes, the intense flavors of these beauties will convince you to give it a try.

How To Grow Striped Tomatoes

Grumpy's Tips for Rooting Hydrangeas | Learn how to multiply your hydrangeas with this simple rooting technique.

Grumpy's Tips for Rooting Hydrangeas

102 Container Gardening Ideas | Enjoy nonstop color all season long with these container gardening ideas and plant suggestions. You'll find beautiful pots to adorn porches and patios.

102 Container Gardening Ideas

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Southern Gardening

Courtyard | Creates an additional space for dining and relaxing.

The Courtyard

Cabana and Vegetable Garden | An old carport and shed converted into a cabana to create a covered dining area and multipurpose room.

The Cabana and Vegetable Garden

Garden Under Glass | Peek through the glass to see a little magic—vibrant color guaranteed to brighten winter’s gray light. To make a terrarium, choose a glass container with an opening wide enough for your hand.

Garden Under Glass

Revive a Wall | Transform any bare vertical spot into a lush living wall with this simple and smart planting system.

Revive a Wall

Frame Your Work | Container gardening doesn’t always entail a single pot and the purchase of new plants. Gather a few already-planted favorites in complementary colors, and marry them in an attractive tray for an instant arrangement. Choose plants with similar light and watering needs, so they’ll live in perfect harmony.

Frame Your Work

Spring Tulip Guide | "Spring Green" (Viridiflora) | Ivory with green feathering on petals, a softer-looking choice.

"Spring Green" (Viridiflora)

Spring Tulip Guide | "Grand Style" (Single Late) | Hot pink and tall stem—always making a statement.

"Grand Style" (Single Late)

Spring Tulip Guide | "Dordogne" (Single Late) | Subtle color play of orange, red, rose, and yellow.

"Dordogne" (Single Late)

Spring Tulip Guide | "Blushing Beauty" (Single Late) | Huge bloom of straw yellow, blushing at base with salmon or pink.

"Blushing Beauty" (Single Late)

Spring Tulip Guide | "Green Star" (Lily-Flowered) | A starburst shape in white with green flames, shows up best against dark foliage.

"Green Star" (Lily-Flowered)

Spring Tulip Guide | "Virichic" (Lily-Flowered) | Pink with tawny yellow flames, morphing to purple with yellow flames.

"Virichic" (Lily-Flowered)

Spring Tulip Guide | "Flaming Parrot" (Parrot) | Bold example of two colors in one bloom, has serrated edges, begs to be a conversation piece.

"Flaming Parrot" (Parrot)