Holiday celebrations are always enhanced by fresh flowers, but with limited space on the table, one flower can be enough.
As we await winter's end, here are some thoughtful quotes to help get us through the cold, dark season.
“My ‘rhodos’ are doing a good job of protecting themselves from photoinhibition.”
We sometimes see a plant with an elongated, smooth and usually skinny, trunk with a round mop of foliage at the top.
Garden designers suggest that a third of garden plants should be evergreen so that there is winter interest.
If you have shady areas in your garden you may like to try growing a shrub that is known as Japanese Kerria, a deciduous shrub for all seasons.
I have Iteas in both sun and shade in my Midwest garden, and it is one of the few shrubs that will flower in shade.
The purpose of foundation plantings is to hide unattractive parts of the foundation of a house from view and to anchor the home to the site.
Trees are our oldest living organism; they have been on our earth for about 370 million years. One of the most beautiful varieties is the Tulip Tree.
With only a few flowers we can craft attractive winter floral arrangements by combining them with different kinds of foliage.