Finding the Right Plant Articles
Discover the perfect plants for your West Coast garden! Explore our selection of perennials, shrubs, and annuals that thrive in the unique Western climate.
One of the most important pieces of information for a gardener is knowing your USDA Zone.
Proper land stewardship starts with research. Given the importance and rising awareness of climate resilient gardening, we are working on building a wealth of knowledge on the topic on our website. Start here on your learning journey and remember to check back often as we expand this resource.
When creating a colorful garden, perennials and shrubs are often the mainstays that anchor the garden. The plants featured in this article are our longest blooming, stalwart plants. Their blooms will reliably grace your garden. Read on to learn more about these gorgeous plants.
See which Proven Winners plants are great at drawing butterflies into your garden.
In this article, we’ve gathered all of the tips you’ll need to know about growing petunias, calibrachoa and verbena in your containers and landscape all in one convenient place. Check it out, then bookmark the page for future reference.
Pick your perfect plant
Houseplants, like people, have unique personalities and needs. Some are easy-going and can live anywhere. Some thrive on a schedule. Others are stubborn and dramatic when they don’t get their way or their water.
leafjoy® by Proven Winners understands that plants flourish when adopted by plant parents whose personalities and attentiveness align with their needs.
Coneflower is an easy-to-grow perennial with long-lasting daisy-like flowers that attract beneficial pollinators and songbirds.
Is there a low spot in your yard where water tends to pool for a day or more after a big rain? We’ll share a number of solutions that will help prevent flooding, redirect runoff or soak up the excess in this helpful article.
Some of the most beautiful gardens in the world are planted with a wide range of colors, from warm reds to cool blues and everything in between. Have you ever thought about trying to plant a garden bed that used every color of the rainbow? Officially, those colors are known as ROYGBIV on the spectrum—that stands for red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. It might be fun to try!
We’ll help you get started using the ideas for each color below. We have plant lists compiled for every one in the rainbow. Tap the links within each color category to explore further. If you’d prefer a more limited color palette, simply pick your favorites below and get started.