Posts tagged Chinese

April 29, 2010

 

garlic chives

Garlic Chives’ Many Virtues Makes Them Worth The Bother

Chives are rampant self seeders, and if they are not dead headed they will produce far too many new plants.

March 27, 2008

 

a golden rain tree

Golden Rain Trees

The Golden Rain tree blooms in summer making it a good choice for when the spring bloomers have ceased to be the focal points in a garden.

January 2, 2007

 

two white abelia flowers.

Two New Abelias: Beautiful AND Deer Resistant!

Abelias are not only beautiful but practical. They are great as shrub borders and foundation plantings and are even deer resistant. Learn more...

September 28, 2006

 

beauty berry plant in autumn

Callicarpa

I was given my Callicarpa as a gift, and it is certainly a gift that keeps on giving.

October 8, 2004

 

flowers in pumpkin

Fall Flower Arrangements

This is the season to savor the flowers that are still blooming and to harvest the flowers that dry well for winter arrangements.

October 1, 2004

 

chinese teacup

Chrysanthemum

The ancient Chinese valued plants for their symbolic and moral associations.

June 11, 2004

 

garden design

Garden Design

Since the 14th century, there has been an ongoing debate about the relative values of "nature" versus "art" in garden design.

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