A great fall and winter landscape depends upon creating a long lasting riot of color and interest. The best way to achieve this amazing effect is by choosing a diversity of plants that color at different times and maintain some sort of interest throughout the winter season.
Here's a quick list of great options … Continue Reading ››
Fall is here and you know what that means- it's time to talk about the best shrubs for fall color. We have so many favorites, but these three are absolute standouts this year!
Fall Color Shrubs We Love
Strobe Weigela Green leaves are kissed with bronze throughout the summer and take on a deeper bronze … Continue Reading ››
Whether you're interested in alleviating erosion in your yard or improving water quality in lakes and rivers, rain gardens are a worthy endeavor. Not only utilitarian, rain gardens add interest and beauty to your landscape and make a great conversation piece.
If you're curious about rain gardens but don't know where to start, we've … Continue Reading ››
Under colorful blankets of blooms and tall inflorescenses, our plants' foliage can remain overlooked. This isn't entirely fair. Afterall, foliage faithfully absorbs light, makes food, breathes, and releases excess water for our plants. It is, in a word, essential.
Lucky for gardeners, foliage isn't only utilitarian, but also often beautiful. Why not celebrate leaves, … Continue Reading ››
This year's dry weather and oppressive heatwave have had many of us scrambling to keep up with watering. Moisture loving plants pout, crisp, and languish in the relentless dry heat. Luckily, there are many plants that can withstand dry periods after they're established. Read on for our list of drought tolerant plants that … Continue Reading ››