Containers with Class by
The Bulb Lady One thing you learn if you do a lot of container gardening, either indoor or out, is that almost anything can serve as a container in a pinch - and that some unlikely prospects can end up looking quite elegant with a bit of attention.
Heirloom Tomatoes Add Tradition, Taste to Gardens by
Gary Bachman Heirloom tomatoes sometimes suffer more from environmental influences than their hybrid cousins. Therefore, it is important to pick good performers for the hot and humid Mississippi climate. Luckily, there are many varieties to choose from.
Heirloom Tomatoes: New Life for Old Varieties by
Terry Kelly Most folks know that a store-bought tomato just doesn't taste as good as one you pick from your garden. That's why tomatoes are the most widely grown U.S. garden crop. But "new and improved" varieties don't always impress the tomato connoisseur.
Irresistible Houseplants by
Chicago Botanic Garden Most of us also know that, in addition to being attractive, indoor plants help purify the air we breathe.