It loves poor soils, is drought tolerant, a spreading groundcover, a bee magnet – and delicious! You can grow thyme (Thymus vulgaris) in your Southwest garden or in a container.
Eating flowers has a long and venerable history. In Victorian England, rose tarts and candied violets were favorites. Citrus blossom tea was a treat in 17th century Versailles. In the
It’s hard to find a plant that offers so much in a small package for Southwest gardens. That is why angelita daisy (Tetraneuris acaulis) is February’s pick for “You Can
Jacqueline Soule here to share some holiday memories. Growing up with parents who were part of the Beat Generation, our family celebrated the holidays in an extravagant festival that ran
A landscape should be more than some plants plunked down around the yard. As a comparison, think about eating a meal. Choking down an overcooked burger on a dry bun