More than two stories tall, these are your climbing, build-a-treehouse trees. They're like shady family heirlooms for your yard.
Flowers, fruit, and wildlife. There's plenty of room for your favorite small ornamentals, even below shade trees and power lines.
For some plants, life is better in the shade. Here are a few classics that aren't afraid of the dark under your trees.
Large shrubs are good for providing the privacy you want or screening out the view you don’t want.
Small size, but big impact as a landscape hedge or specimen. These shrubs rarely top 8 feet, but they'll hide a chain-link fence.
Hot and dry? No problem. Create instant architectural interest with yucca, agave, and other succulents.
For colors that pop and a garden that lights up year after year, perennials are the answer.
Turn your yard into a haven for hummers.
Your neighbors will be green with envy at your landscape’s year-round color.
Fresh herbs, expensive to buy but oh-so-easy to grow. Bon appétit!
These are your climbers. Some are evergreen and most flash fabulous flowers from spring through fall.
These plants can cover a lot of ground as they spread low across your yard.
Both decorative grasses that grow in bunches sporting wispy flowers or the kind you have to mow are found here.
No drama. No fuss. And they come with an easy-to-read scale of zero to 10.
If you enjoy surveying all options, lose yourself for hours browsing through this extensive list.