These perennials resist deer and tolerate wind and salt spray, making them ideal for exposed coastal gardens.
We asked Miami landscape architect Raymond Jungles, who’s known for this lush, low-fuss gardens, to share his secrets for turning any yard into a tropical retreat.
Interior designer Mallory Marshall furnishes her seaside Maine garden with a hardy mix of sea-smart blooms.
Cynthia Hosmer carefully cultivates the fruit trees, flowers, shrubs, and vegetable patches that are her family legacy.
Anchored by a historic lighthouse, exuberant New Jersey flora thrive just 100 feet from the Atlantic.
Everyone knows that gardeners have an attachment to the land, but James Topping’s roots grow particularly deep.
This San Diego garden takes its cues from a panorama view of blue water and city sights.