Many gardeners, including me, love to have flower beds bursting with color all season long. As you might guess, there are thousands of annuals, perennials, and shrubs available to plant in your garden. While we all have favorite plants that we return to year after year, it’s also great fun to add new options to your plant palette. Brand new plants are often a sirens call but don’t overlook older plants that just haven’t quite taken off yet. Here are 12 plants that deserve a chance to steal your heart. Once they’ve taken root in your garden and your heart, be sure to share the secret with your friends!
Wondering which plants are good for foundation plantings? We’ve picked out ten easy to grow perennials and shrubs that thrive in average garden conditions and will look great planted in front of your house. Let’s take a closer look.
Are you looking to replace your boxwood shrubs with something more disease resistant? Here are eight recommended substitutes that will give you a similar look without all the fuss.
Have you ever wondered what kind of flowers you can grow to eat? Check out this list of 10 best edible flowers from our collection.
Roses are obviously beautiful, but notoriously terrifying to care for. We introduce roses that are easier to grow and enjoy! We choose roses with good disease resistance, long bloom times, and self-cleaning natures (goodbye deadheading!). Your garden will look like it’s maintained by professionals. We’ve made a guide to help you garden with confidence and get the most out of your Proven Winners ColorChoice roses.
Could your spring garden use a little more cheerful color to ring in the new growing season? Scroll through this dozen new varieties of annuals, perennials and shrubs that will do the trick.
When you see a new Proven Winners® ColorChoice® shrub online or in your local garden center, you may not know everything it took for it to get there. That little shrub had to produce some pretty unique qualities to earn its place in a Proven Winners® white pot.
Spirea is one of the most commonly used landscape plants, and for good reason. This hardy deciduous shrub has captivating three-season interest, with a graceful habit, attractive foliage and flowers that bloom over a long time.
For a tropical look, even in cold climates, add rose of Sharon to your yard. This hardy flowering shrub has showy flowers that bloom from midsummer into fall, when most other shrubs are finished for the season.