My Garden Zone Is
Where You Should Plant Things
Perhaps the most important thing to consider when designing a garden (and one of the things most commonly ignored) is where precisely certain plants do best. Put one of your shade plants in full sun, and you'll have a wilted specimen in a few days, if not a few hours. If you consistently have trouble growing plants, don't give up just yet! It's likely you just haven't been choosing the right varieties for your location.
Now, let's talk about our plant finder. It will allow you to choose from border plants that fit your growing environment. Don't have much water on your property? No worries, we have a selection of drought-tolerant plants. Need to have foliage cover something quickly? Just click the button that contains the information on all our fastest growing plants. If you can't wait to see your garden in its full glory, you might want to check our fastest growing plants, too.
No matter what issue your garden is currently facing, we have a guide to help you. We have categories for drought-tolerant plants, shade plants, even deer resistant plants. Want a garden full of flowers, bees, and butterflies? Check our link to our beautiful flowering plant selection. Need hedges to mark out the border of your property and make it feel more secluded? We completely understand. We've even selected the plants that we think might do the job in our "Hedges & Privacy Plants" section. Perhaps you want a garden that can support you in the kitchen? Check out our "Edibles" section. Or if you like the peace and relaxation of a pond, look at our "Ponds and Water Gardens" section for great species to accompany all of your garden's water features.
Let's talk about our plant finder. It will allow you to choose from border plants. We think it will prove to be a great aid in your search for the right plants for your garden.