As the growing season ends and we look at our gardens with a critical eye, we often wonder if we should make changes in overall design.
With constant, changing weather patterns, March flowers have it rough. Learn about the "Brave Flowers of March" on this Focus on the Flowers.
In late February in my Midwestern garden, I delight in the green, sprouting foliage of little bulbs. It is evidence that the tiniest flowers are the bravest.
If you yearn for a carpet of color on a bank or sloping area of your garden, plant some phlox subulate.
Learn all about Winter Aconites on this Moment of Science.