Take a look at these inspiring websites to keep you motivated and up-to-date with the latest trends and techniques in gardening.
Editors for Martha Stewart Living share their gardening expertise. From garden pests to container gardening, this website offers a wide array of information. In true Martha Stewart style, the photography is beautiful.
Filled with videos and articles, this website is an excellent resource for both the beginning gardener and the gardener who has years of experience. From starting seeds to pest identification, this website will help you create and maintain a wonderful garden.
Find practical information, tips, and resources from the editors of Fine Gardening on hundreds of topics including plants, plant care, gardening techniques and composting.
Four gardeners, from different parts of the United States, blog about their gardening experiences. This blog is full of witty, insightful articles about the trials and tribulations of gardening without pesticides.
Learn more about how to grow and care for flowers, plants, and trees. Find backyard and front yard landscaping ideas, landscape plans, a home garden planner, as well and lawn and yard care tips.
Farmgirl Susan writes about organic kitchen gardening in a remote area of Missouri. Susan includes information about heirloom vegetable gardening, anecdotes about living on a farm, and recipes using items fresh from the garden.
This website contains information on 5000 plants (perennials, shrubs, vines, and trees) which have been grown in the Missouri Botanic Gardens. Identify and print lists of plants to meet your criteria.
The NGA’s highly respected website provides consumers and educators a wide array of gardening content including a weed library, plant finder, pest control library, how-to articles, and garden guides.
Martha Roach, former garden editor for Martha Stewart Living, blogs about organic gardening and provides “horticultural how-to and woo woo.” From vegetables to flowers, Margaret provides fact filled guides, FAQs, and gardening tips.
This blog is written for gardeners with less than ideal space. Blogger Gayla Trail writes with a contemporary, laid-back approach to organic gardening. placing equal importance on environmentalism, style, affordability, art, and humor.