The fragrance of the tuberose is popular with most people who’ve taken the time to stop and smell it.
Repetition of white interspersed among other colorful blossoms ties plantings together.
The repetitive nature of the task of cutting back plants allows me to relax.
If you want to see a well-behaved garden, visit one that is about three years old.
Adversity has taught this gardener to cherish every flower that blooms, no matter what its color or its smell.
Wordsworth obviously was as impressed with this versatile plant as we still are today.
There are few events more satisfying than a good plant swap with serious gardeners, who don’t bring invasive species or other pests.
At certain times of the year we just don’t have quite enough flowers. This is when "filler" is really important.
Here are a few ground covers that I like to use to stifle the weeds and tie other plants together in a pleasing manner.
Some shrubs have only one season of interest and forsythia is one of them.