Heat-tolerant broad-leaved evergreens, California Lilacs are the hot growing zones
One would think that if you googled summer a picture of a Gardenia should come up. In the dictionary, if you looked up
“Of all flowers, methinks a rose is best.” – William Shakespeare, The Two Noble Kinsmen
What do you call a Rose by any other name? What about one that smells divinely? Or one with no smell at all?
Unless there’s a bee inside, the fir
There’s an amazing, dizzying, and incredible array of Roses out there! So many it may be difficult to narrow down which one you want! If only we had the room and an army o
Want your Herb plants to do more for you than taste good? Hold onto your socks because the world of Herbs is blurring the lines between useful edible medicinals and ornamental plants! Now you can enjoy them for more than just tasty garnish and seasoning
Houseplants, porch planters, and greenhouse potted plants are fantastically space-saving alternatives for many of us without the extra garden and landscape space! While for others, these containerized plants bring new dimension, height, and beauty to
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! The beloved Irish holiday is upon us and what better way to celebrate than with green flowers. Get double the green and double the luck in your landscape this year. Now we can’t guarantee that your landscape will
Recognized for its superior qualities in China since the 3rd century AD, the era of the Mandarin tree began
Pantone has declared their Color of the Year, Viva Magenta 18-1750, “vibrates with vim and vigor!” This pinkish-violet member of the red color family is the new signal of strength!
Magenta is about balance and harmony! A combination of the pas
The Cherry traces its history as far back as 3300 BCE. Both the Sweet and the Sour Cherry have been a highly desired part of the human diet for thousands of years.
The fresh Sour Cherry pies of Michigan and Wisconsin are always in demand during