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The American Southwest is a vast area, covering all of Arizona and New Mexico as well as parts of California, Nevada, Texas and Utah. The regions of the Southwest are varied and include low deserts, high deserts and mountainous regions, covering USDA zones 5 though...
Mid-Atlantic Gardener's February Checklist
Great Lakes Gardener's February Checklist
Force flowering branches indoors or see if you can spy any early-flowering bulbs peeping out from the ground
Great Lakes gardeners might be feeling as if winter will never end. What's a gardener to do, other than head south? Fortunately, the days are getting longer, winter is on the wane and there are a few flowers in the garden to cheer the soul. February provides...
Southeast Gardener's February Checklist
Pinch, prune and prepare this month — springtime's riches in the garden will be here before you know it
Rocky Mountain Gardener's February Checklist
Get smart with your seeds, strike with oil to manage pests and practice proficient pruning — your trees and shrubs will thank you
February brings visibly longer days and the promise of spring. Don't be fooled, though — plenty of snow and freezing temperatures are yet to come to the Rocky Mountains and other chilly regions. On those calm, sunny days, get outside and examine your...
Pacific Northwest Gardener's February Checklist
Let witch hazel cast its spell, shut off your mason bees' snooze button and hit up the nursery for seeds and roses
California Gardener's February Checklist
Celebrate 5 California classics: plants that defy winter with bright flowers, luscious fragrance and, for some, delicious taste
Texas Gardener's February Checklist
Show roses some love around Valentine's Day and set the stage for future garden growth with seeds and starts
Central Plains Gardener's February Checklist
Learn the right way to prune trees this month — when you're not busy spying intrepid spring-hinting blossoms, that is
We're on the very cusp of gardening season, and if you're eager there's plenty to do. But if you're a lazy gardener, like me, you don't have to do anything in the soil just yet. February is the perfect time to get some major architectural work done in...
Northeast Gardener's February Checklist
Follow your passions during the month of love with bursts of your favorite colors and fragrances via indoor plants
Southwest Gardener's September Checklist
Cool weather's coming, so prep for the first frost, swap out plants and get bulbs for spring in the ground now
California Gardener's September Checklist
Planting opportunities abound this month: perennials, lawns, wildflowers and more. Our primer covers 'em all
Northeast Gardener's September Checklist
Southeast Gardener's April Checklist
Stock up on herbs, keep clippers away from the daffodils and watch for signs of a major impatiens threat
Southwest Gardener's April Checklist
Welcome the return of roses and herbs, and consider a new use for vines as you rejoice in your newly green spring garden