We love reading gardening blogs! It's like peeking over the fence to see what your neighbor's up to. You never know what you'll find, but when you discover a favorite (or three!), make a note of their websites for future reading. Check out these we've recently bookmarked.
Ohio gardener Kylee Baumle (shown) writes honestly about the ups and downs of growing just about everything on her blog, Our Little Acre. She also shares clever, useful do-it-yourself projects, like making a garden tool organizer from an old pallet.
In A Garden of Possibilities, Connecticut landscape designer Deborah Roberts offers practical and creative tips for making organic, sustainable gardens that conserve water and attract wildlife. We especially liked a recent post about designing with native plants, which can sometimes be unruly.
The Garden Professors tackle what's new in gardening research. It's an informative and often funny blog written by several gardening professors from universities around the U.S.