Our Favorite Gardening Websites

We love daylilies. But we’re really passionate about all things gardening and the beautification of the outdoor living space. Here are a few of our favorite gardening websites. They’re great for beginning gardeners or for seasoned gardeners. Drop us a line if there are any we’re missing!

American Horticulture Society


Their mission is “Making America a nation of gardeners, a land of gardens.” The AHS has been around since 1922 and provides education programs, publications, and raises awareness for all things gardening.

The Impatient Gardener


Erin from the Impatient Gardener aims to “provide inspiration and education to real-life gardeners like you.” We love this site because it shows the good, bad, and funny about gardening. She lives in zone 5 so definitely worth a look if you’re also working in this area.

Heat and Hearth


Heat and Hearth is all about making your house a home. They cover everything from heating and fireplaces as well as outdoor projects and DIY. If you need tips on how to get the most out of your indoor and outdoor spaces, this is a great site.

Growing with Plants


Matt Mattus – Plantsman – gives us a “journal of original, practical, and inpirational gardening projects”. He lives in Massachusetts and has been living all things horticulture since his youth. This is a virtual diary of everything he grows Check out his greenhouse! It’s amazing and drool-worthy.

A Way to Garden


Margaret Roach is the head gardener at this site. She’s previous worked for some very big names in the home/living space writing about gardening. Her site is chock full of amazing insights and beautiful instruction.

Seasonal Wisdom


Teresa over at Seasonal Wisdom really understands gardening – where it began and where it is now. She’s a writer, speaker, and podcaster and you’ll find a wealth of knowledge on her site. She’s gardened in Idaho and California.

Dave’s Garden


Dave’s Garden is so packed with information you may not need to visit anyplace else. It has a very active forum where users discuss, identify, and trade plants. The guides and information section boasts the largest plant database in the world! A must-visit resource for serious gardeners.