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Kathleen’s Chicago-Area Garden

Today we’re visiting Kathleen Hooper’s garden. I’m a Zone 5b (maybe 6) gardener in the Chicago area. I’ve gardened all my life and in different zones in Illinois, North Carolina, and Connecticut, and have faced many challenges (read that as…

Kevin’s Garden Vignettes

Welcome to Kevin Kelly’s garden, where containers are used as pieces of garden art to accent the plantings. I have been gardening in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (Zone 6b), for over 25 years. My garden is on a third-acre lot in a suburban…

Lila’s Garden Makeover

Today we’re visiting with Lila Johnson (whose garden we’ve visited before: The Flowers of August). My garden has been featured in the GPOD previously, but after much thought and several bids later, my husband and I moved forward with a…

Michele’s Before and After

Today we’re visiting with Michele Baker and seeing how she has transformed her new garden on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. I’ve loved Fine Gardening for years and am always inspired by readers’ photos with new gardens and what they’ve been…

Lena’s Garden in Summer

Today we’re revisiting Lena White’s North Carolina garden. I submitted photos of my spring favorites (Spring in Lena’s Garden), and summer has brought lots of heat to North Carolina as well as many other parts of the country. Even so,…

A Warm-Climate Gardener Visits the North

Today’s photos are from Teresa Watkins. Living in tropical gardening Zone 9b, I’m always excited to visit my husband’s family in Taunton, Massachusetts, to envy their Zone 6b gardens. This year’s weeklong family gathering celebrated the…

Turning an Eyesore Into a Garden

My name is Wema Mojar from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. We have an abandoned pool that had become an eyesore, so I turned it into a classic small space garden using old pots, some garbage bags, and other inexpensive materials. I started…

Art’s Creative Way to Enjoy the Garden

Today we’re visiting with Art in Ada, Michigan, who has found a beautiful and unusual way to enjoy the bounty of the garden. There was a time when I had an expansive garden in suburban Chicago, but inevitable downsizing led me in new…