This dear wildflower is a national treasure and scarce in the wild, so always get plants from a friend’s home garden...if you are fortunate enough to do so.
Here are some anonymous rhymes celebrating and beckoning vernal season.
Spring is here, and it has inspired many a poet to write about the season's buds and blossoms.
I think more poetry has been written about spring than any other season.
It is always sad to lose a plant that you love, especially when it is hard to replace.
The pollen produced by ragweed is light and easily blown in the wind.
Vita "hate, hate, hate[d] ‘American Pillar’" rambler roses!
Here's an idea for a gardener's valentine gift: an I.O.U. to visit this wonderful garden next summer!
These unique flowering plants make wonderful Valentine gifts for gardeners.
Undoubtedly, wildlife adds a different dimension to our flower gardens.