Rose of Sharon shrubs resembles the offspring of a Hollyhock and a Hibiscus! Their maple-leaf shaped foliage confuses further, but these definite
Cheerful repeat blooms, fine-textured foliage and a low-growing fluffy form, the pretty Potentilla bush (Potentilla fruticosa), also known as Bush Cinquefoils, are native to the Northern Hemisphere and are deciduous flowering ornamental plants! Well-known
Not every garden has to be filled with bold, eye-catching colors and shocking flowers! Sometimes you need a peaceful and more subtly-hued landscape that calms the mind, body, and spirit.
Light and airy, calming and subdued, pastels are powdery
With the immensely wide range of colors, sizes, and forms available, Perennial plants are the small-scale (and a few large-scale)
The wafting sweet and fruity fragrances from the petals of trees and shrubs add an extra level of enjoyment to your landscape. It's just one of the unseen, but profoundly felt, finishing touches a well-planned garden strives for! While plants use scent
Lush green, perfectly sheared, and shaped Privet hedges impart a regal, streamlined appearance to your landscape! So how do you achieve those beautiful green rows or high-style specimen topiaries for your yard without losing your cool?
Add another dimension to your landscape by not just having green and visually appealing plants that serve to beautify your home and garden. Planting shrubs to appeal to the sense of smell is just as important to enhance your enjoyment of your yard as
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