Rebecca Bull Reed
Rebecca Bull Reed

Rebecca Bull Reed

Rebecca Koraytem (formerly Rebecca Bull Reed) is a horticulturist with over 32 years of experience in garden education, design, and the green industry. She has written for Southern Living and Coastal Living magazines, is passionate about teaching new gardeners about English Roses and is a frequent guest on podcasts like "The Redneck Rosarian" and "Epic Gardening" where she talks about David Austin Roses. She also has her own YouTube channel Rebecca on Roses.
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This Washington, D.C., garden proves that a focused color scheme and thoughtfully chosen plants are the solutions to maximizing small-space potential.
These hardworking annuals, perennials, and shrubs look great together and can serve as a foil to soften bright colors.
Two Southern tastemakers create the ultimate garden for entertaining at a New Orleans house made famous by its owner, renowned writer and hostess Julia Reed.
Condition topiaries with bright light and a moderate temperature.
This winter white wreath is the perfect decoration to greet guests with a warm, holiday welcome.
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Boxwoods have been the backbone of Southern gardens for centuries, and new selections are now offering solutions for every landscape.
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We can't get enough of these seductive blooms. Here's how to choose, plant and care for French hydrangeas.
Boxwoods have been the backbone of Southern gardens for centuries, and new selections are now offering solutions for every landscape.
Ditch the winter blues and put your green thumb to work with these cold-weather friendly indoor plants.
Marquette Clay's Oklahoma City home is tiny, but what he did to the garden is huge. With a keen eye for design and color, this landscape contractor proves that sometimes less is much more.
One of the first shrubs to bloom, flowering quince heralds spring.
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Azaleas can bloom from late winter into early summer, depending on type. To extend the season, plant early-, mid-, and late-season bloomers. Here are a few of the azaleas we love most.
On a small lot overflowing with blooms, Betsy Fleenor brings the romance back to her Birmingham garden
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Selected for success, these sun-loving blooms will look great right through fall no matter how hot or humid the weather gets this year.
Here's the secret that makes it so simple, you'll want to try.
Fall's favorite flower is a no-brainer when you follow these tips.
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Landscape architect Walt Ray creates the ultimate low-maintenance yard in Midtown Atlanta.
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Pretty up a plain wall with this easy project.
With so many options to choose from, this ground cover offers countless ways to lower maintenance.
From the front porch to the back door, we'll tell you which ones are right for you.