This issue links you to suggestions for colorful late summer planting and ways to support beneficial insects that help make these plants possible.
We have a major case of listomania, and one symptom is lots of drought resistant plant lists. The only cure is to share.
Learning how to encourage helpful insects and minimize harmful ones fosters healthy gardens.
We're whirring with information about small wildlife and drought-tolerant plants they love.
We're focusing on container gardening in this issue, from choosing potting mix to picking good plants.
Every issue that is a multiple of 13 (so 26, 39, etc.), we'll give you a baker's dozen of useful and fun links related to Salvia gardening.
Low-water landscaping can help feed hungry hummingbirds and butterflies. Container gardens are one drought strategy.
Even gardens planned to withstand drought can be colorful both to people and pollinators, including butterflies.
Every ten issues of Salvia Guru (at the 10th, 20th, 30th and Nth issues), Salvia Guru will share 10 top stories that caught the eyes of our readers.
Salvia Guru focuses on fragrant plants and songbirds in the Salvia garden this week. Learn how to get a free songbird identification app.