6 Secrets for Stress-free Gardening
A garden should be a labor of love, not a time-consuming burden. With these tips you'll be ready to grow.
Roll With It
One recent wet spring brought a plague of beetles that munched Laura Dean's sedums to the ground. Undaunted, she's already planning their replacements: "I'm thinking pussytoes -- a tiny, gray-green ground cover -- or an iceplant (Delosperma floribundum) with bright red new leaves." A failed plant is an opportunity to find something new. Try to remember: They're just plants. Compost and move on.