As spring continues "Marching" in, with the vernal equinox next week, I spend time finalizing my plans for the yard and garden. Having a landscape design or a garden plan, keeps me on track, and prevents my tendency to start multiple projects all at once. The … Continue Reading ››
The mild fall weather has brought an influx of pruning and trimming questions. I thought I might take a moment to share a few tips, reminders and how-to advice. Without a doubt one of the most frequently asked pruning/trimming questions … Continue Reading ››
Honeysuckle vine, also known as Lonicera, are a classic favorite. Common supports for honeysuckle vine are a trellis, arbor, fence or other sturdy structure. But don’t let the word “vine” stop you from using these plants as a groundcover or for erosion control. Stunning is the … Continue Reading ››
The peonies are in full bloom! I can smell their beautiful fragrance before they are even in view. Many consider peonies a much loved perennial, not only for their floral beauty and fragrance, but often because they carry sentimental meaning. … Continue Reading ››
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