This annual event features perennials, too. Visitors can also learn about trends in landscaping, lawn management and garden design at the Blooms Days 2013, which takes place Mother’s Day weekend in Knoxville.
Get your gardening fix with several gardening shows across the state.
Get pointers from our friends at Tennessee Farm Fresh for the spring gardening season.
Try the new gardening technique that incorporates edible plants into landscaping.
It isn’t Tennessee’s biggest cash crop, but when it comes to taste, nothing’s sweeter than old- fashioned sorghum.
Expect the unexpected at the annual Tennessee Summer Celebration Lawn and Garden Show in Jackson.
McMinnville’s 300-plus nurseries grow everything from cherry and apple trees to perennials and evergreens.
We’ve used mistletoe as an excuse to steal holiday kisses for centuries, but do you know the origin of the well-loved tradition?
See hollies en masse at the University of Tennessee Arboretum in Oak Ridge. The Elmore Holly Collection at the UT Arboretum is a research and display garden of more than 200 cultivars of the genus Ilex.
The holly family is huge, with hundreds of selections existing for almost every landscape situation. They make popular landscape plants because they are easy to grow.
Winchester nursery owner Don Shadow may as well be known as Father Nature.
Myers Greenhouse in Bulls Gap can help just about anyone start a bountiful garden.
Tips for growing an eco-friendly garden, including natural pest control, using rain barrels and composting.
Evergreen varieties in shades of yellow, plum and blue add color to your winter landscape.
Easy lemon balm deserves a place in any herb garden.
Healthy houseplants help improve moods and cure depression.
Plant a variety of vines in your garden to liven up your landscape.
True Tennessee trivia buffs know that the state flower is the purple iris.
Container gardening can add beauty and creativity to your plants and landscaping.