A Hot But Colorful Season
Just because it’s hot outside doesn’t mean it’s time to hang up your gardening tools. There are plenty of options for adding color and beauty with these summer plantings.
My Favorite Gardening Months
With their warm soil conditions, May and June are ideal months for planting almost anything. Just be sure to include plenty of water and fertilizer.
In the Garden with Becky Satterfield
Located just a short drive from her eponymous restaurants in Cahaba Heights, Chef Becky Satterfield’s garden inspires her creative energies.
Field of Dreams
What began as a small family project has grown into a full-fledged farm, complete with hens, pigs, and a flock of Southdown Babydoll sheep.
Let the Planting Begin
As the days grow longer and the weather starts to warm, there’s still time to add a variety of plants to your garden that will ensure a full display of color all spring and summer.
Winter Roses and Other Surprises
Don’t let the winter doldrums get you—or your garden—down. Now is the perfect time to plant for color and fragrance both outdoors and inside.
When planning your holiday décor, don’t miss out on the best source—nature. Gardening expert John Floyd shares his tips for growing the best plants that are sure to spread cheer throughout the season—and beyond.
Fall Gardening To-do List
If there’s one thing every Southerner is looking forward to right now, it’s cooler weather. This dip in temperatures not only signals that fall is here but also that it’s time to start planting.
Cool Plants for Hot Days
Sweltering summer heat doesn’t have to mean the demise of a beautiful garden. Follow these planting tips from resident garden expert John Floyd to ensure an abundance of blooms all season long.
The Defining Style of Troy Rhone
An iconic cottage on a busy corner in Mountain Brook realizes its fullest potential thanks to owner and garden designer Troy Rhone and architect Bill Ingram.