Difficult Conditions


Bushes, Bulbs and Rhizomes That Take the Heat

Gardening through hot, dry summers can be tough, but it’s not impossible – if you have the right plants. Here are a few tolerant beauties that can brighten up your spring and summer gardens year after year, even when Mother Nature turns up the heat!


Gardening Through Drought

In times of severe drought calls for extreme measures. That means conserving the water you use outside, as well as in. Fortunately, a drought doesn’t mean you have to give up gardening completely – you just need to rethink how you do it.


Keeping Cool in the Heat

It may be fall, but as long as it’s still warm and sunny out there, you and your garden need to play it safe when gardening in the heat. Learn how to keep yourself – and your plants – cool.


SOS (Save Our Shrubs)

When the weather outside turns frightful, and you fear the worst for your little shrubs, what’s a gardener to do? Understanding how plants react to sudden low temps and following a few simple tips might just help save your shrubs.

Regional Gardening Tips

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