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.
Very few families of shrubs can rival the flower power of hardy hydrangea shrubs and trees in our northern tier states. Hardy hydrangeas bloom starting in late June with Quickfire Hydrangea and Little Quickfire, then in July we see blossoms on … Continue Reading ››
We have many hosta gardens at home, some with all hostas, others with a few ferns mixed in, my garden gnomes stand guard over my miniature hostas and others are planted in with shrubs and boulder accents.