Garden Design Articles
Learn about ways to use Chartreuse in the garden, along with plants that sport the color.
For many of us fall is great season to decorate before freezing weather and celebrate the holidays as temperatures cool off. For those of us in non-freeze zones fall is a good time to do your winter planting to help keep things looking fresh in the garden for the winter!
Flowering shrubs are our specialty, but we know that no landscape can rely solely on blossoms to carry it through the entire year. That’s why we round out our offerings with over 20 different evergreens and dozens of unique varieties with colorful fruit, foliage, and stems to brighten the dreary winter
Flowers come in many colors and many forms. One often overlooked type are flowers that feature more than one color. These Bicolored blooms can be a great addition to any garden.
See photos and commentary on Kerry's garden in 2012.
Early spring is a hard time for gardeners because the days have become warmer and the inactivity of winter is pushing you to get something planted out in the garden. The call to get planting before the threat of frost has passed is hard to ignore. There are some plants that, if properly hardened off, will take several frosts with little or no damage and are perfect for early plantings.
As summer temperatures soar, so does the flight of the butterflies and hummingbirds. In this article, read about great plants to welcome hummingbirds and butterflies to your garden this summer.
Good placement of the right plants can make a big difference.