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      How to Plan an Heirloom Vegetable Garden

      An organic kitchen garden in Healdsburg, California, nourishes body, soul and the local community

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      Garden Soil 101

      Flourishing gardens begin at the roots. Here are the ground rules for preparing your soil.

      Photo by: Tim Street-Porter

      Planning an Outdoor Kitchen

      Expert advice on planning and designing an outdoor cooking space.

      Photo by: Abbie Allardyce.

      Winter Planning

      While your garden lay asleep for the winter, take a step back and spend some time on planning you garden. Landscape designers in Los Angeles, Connecticut, and Chicago share helpful insights on what you can do now to enjoy your garden this summer.

      Photo by: Kevin Lee Jacobs

      How to Design a Window Garden

      If you enjoy the company of houseplants, consider cultivating a window garden, which is ideal for showing off plants in the winter. Creating a window garden is easy-you need only to extend the existing sill, and then mount, on the window frame, glass shelves, brackets (if you want them), and lengths of wire (for training vines). In my window garden, I paint horticultural portraits to emphasize the seasons. In this slide show, I'll show you the many different window gardens I've created in my house.

      Photo by: Tom Mannion

      Tips for a Kitchen Garden

      Award-winning international garden designer Arne Maynard shares six tips for getting a kitchen garden started.

      Versatility of Espaliers

      Providing interest and life to an otherwise dull visual space, espaliers can work in almost any garden type: big and small, formal and informal, grand and modest. In this article, Nick McCullough presents a list of recommended fruit-bearing and ornamental trees that work great as espaliers, tips and tricks for training them, and photographs that display their versatility.

      Photo by: Kevin Lee Jacobs

      My Garden: From Parking Lot to Rose Garden

      Kevin Lee Jacobs shares how he transformed his backyard from a parking lot to a spectacular rose garden, using a mix of cuttings, new plants, and of course, blood, sweat, and tears.

      Photo by: John Chaffetz

      Urban Gardening: All You Need to Know to Get Started

      In a series of guest posts, San Francisco's Academy of Art University will lend its landscape architecture knowledge to Garden Design. Its second post provides tips on how to build an urban garden.

      Photo by: Bill Marken

      Stretch the Season with Container Plantings

      Fresh combinations for container plantings from Seattle landscape designers Glenn Withey and Charles Price.

      8 Tools for the Beginner Gardener

      The basic tools that every gardener-beginner or advanced-needs in their shed.

      Designing a Backyard Shed

      Ten design tips for creating the backyard shed of your dreams

      Photo by: Brenda Weaver

      Walkways: Lay Your Own Path

      Given enough patience and back strength, anyone can install a basic garden path, says landscape designer Michael Donnellan of Summerhill Landscapes in Sag Harbor, N.Y. Learn more about walkway design on LandscapingNetwork.com.

      Photo by: Denis Vrublevski/Shutterstock.

      Shape Shifters

      The artful pruning known as topiary has captured imaginations for centuries

      Photo by: Rob Cardillo.

      The Craft of Interplanting

      Dutch garden designer Jacqueline van der Kloet knows-and shows-how to mix it up

      Photo by: Giles Barnard.

      Grow Your Own Rhododendrons

      How to grow rhododendrons in your garden. And remember, a rhododendron needs three things above all else: drainage, drainage, and drainage.

      Photo by: Todd Coleman

      Greens Glossary

      Our photo glossary of 14 types of lettuce (and other spring greens), including romaine, mache, and bibb.

      Photo by: Michael Kraus

      Set In Stone

      Long overlooked, gravel is finally being recognized for its enduring beauty.

      Photo by: Jason Dewey

      Hamptons Haven

      A bountiful, four-season Oehme, van Sweden garden on Long Island breathes new life into an 18th-century farmstead

      Photo by: Philippe Perdereau

      Magic Number: Piet Blanckaert's Textural Garden

      In Belgium, proof that a restrained palette of just eight plants can have exuberant results

      Photo by: William Geddes

      Mara Seibert's (Seibert & Rice) Garden

      Two sloping Short Hills, New Jersey, acres play stage to a graduation party

      Where Do New Plants Come From?

      Either by making or finding them, new plants are constantly arriving on the scene - here's how to get a sneak peek

      Planning Tips for a Garden Remodel: Tips on remodeling your backyard from scratch

      Gardening Advice: Starting Seeds Under Fluorescent Lights: How to grow seeds under fluorescent light

      Using Moss as a Design Element: Moss creeps westward, from traditional-style Japanese gardens into our own backyards

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