Trees with seeds and fruit have their benefits - and problems - that go along with them. Luckily, there are so many options available these days that it can be confusing when hearing all the various terminology that goes with plant options.
Yellow or orange flowering perennials add a stunning sizzle to the landscape and are instant highlights to any garden or patio!
Looking for something to plant in those hot spots in your yard?
Plant yellow and orange flowers in your
Many types of today's fruiting and flowering trees and shrubs have been grafted. As are many Shade and Ornamental trees, Evergreens, some Grapes, and some Roses are grafted onto rootstock.
Why are so many plants grafted, what are the benefits,
Savory briny Olives are a favorite snack and topping for many around the world! But did you know you can grow your own olives?
Since ancient times, Olive trees (Olea) have been a staple in the Mediterranean landscape and diet. Capture the essence
Tropical greenery and live exotic plants add a verdant and unique texture and form to your home and outdoor rooms. If you are lucky to live in a warm climate that’s frost-free, decorate your landscape year-round!
Irresistible to Butterflies (and Hummingbirds and bees too!) The newest garden and pollinator treat has hit the markets and will bring a
“Worms have played a more important part in the history of the world than most persons would at first suppose.” - Charles Darwin
Unless you are an avid gardener, you most likely aren’t even aware of
"Spring is the time of plans and projects." - Leo Tolstoy
Spring is around the corner and it’s time to get those early garden chores started. The air may yet be chilly and the ground more mud than greenery, but there is plenty to do! Pave t
Sunny, uplifting, and decorative - the effervescent St. John’s Wort shrub is sure to provide you and your landscape with three seasons of appeal!
People have used Hypericum flowers as herbal medicine to combat depression and decorate their landscapes f
First frost dates in the fall and last frost dates in the spring are based on recorded historical data - but remember - everyone will need to watch that ten-day forecast! (Then remember to keep checking it daily since even the ten-day forecast can change!)