Lush gardens and anything and everything pertaining to landscaping.

     Beautiful and virtually indestructible, succulents are easy to care for and attractive. Defined as any plant with thick, fleshy water storage organs, succulents provide style when potted in a...

    This winter, brush up on your plant and flower knowledge with a garden and landscaping book. Start planning for spring by selecting species to plant, get tips for garden design or simply brighten...

    If you are looking for that holiday gift for someone who has everything, you might think about picking up a pond. Whether it’s hardly bigger than a puddle or large enough to swim in, people who...

    Be it tending to pots overflowing with floral color or supervising projects so major they begin with earth movers and retaining walls, Kim Kelce, along with partner Nancy Pedley of Kelce &...

    For our October design issue, we asked local landscapers their favorite plant, flower or tree in their own yard. Check out what St. Louis professionals pick to beautify their gardens.

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    St. Louis Homes & Lifestyles Garden of the Year. Although an honor, the words hardly do justice to Muffy and Chip's horticultural masterpiece. Those who have been lucky enough to stroll the...

    Create an ornamental effect in your landscape with a specimen plant. Serving as the focal point in a particular spot, specimens bring dramatic impact.

    Chamaecyparis Reis Dwarf
    “Unique...

    When Jen and Cap Grossman designed and built their new home in an established neighborhood in Webster Groves, they knew the look they wanted.  “The architecture has a French Country/Old World feel...

    By now most of us are sick of the sticky, humid summer heat, especially plants and flowers. If your landscape is baking in the sun, consider adding plants and flowers that are heat and drought...

    As you begin to fill in your garden, consider these blooms for full sun, full shade and partial sun. Your garden will be lush and beautiful in no time.

    Full Sun
    “One of my favorite...

    Your garden no longer has to be restricted to a horizontal layout. Vertical gardens in the form of living retaining walls are an ideal way to manage grade changes on your property. Other benefits...

    In the past eight years, Carol has taken the small, 50-by-70-foot space and filled it with 12 small specimen trees, flowering vines, lush shrubs, perennials and annuals, all set out in curvaceous...

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