A general rule of thumb is to plant about 6 weeks before the ground freezes, and that means frozen to a depth of about 1 foot.
To extend the summer season, and enjoy the garden as long as possible, here are some plants with stunning late-season berries, blooms, and plumes.
New England gardeners most often value evergreens for their ability to serve as a four-season privacy screen from neighbors. Good evergreens make good neighbors!
Here are our favorite early pollinator plants that you can plant in your New England garden.
There is a saying in gardening: Dig a $10 hole for a 10 cent plant. Much of what ensures the success of your new plant is in how you plant it. Here's how to do that correctly.