April’s busy flower-show calendar is like an Easter basket, overflowing with treats that are hard to resist.

Tamed for suburban use, native plants attract beneficial insects while saving water, too.

Organic farming pioneer Amigo Bob Cantisano sees drought- and pest-resistance in old-time varieties.

New season gets gardens into optimistic mood.

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