With only a few flowers we can craft attractive winter floral arrangements by combining them with different kinds of foliage.
The information is timeless, so they make good reading for anyone who loves flowers.
There are some perennials that provide an added bonus of foliage that changes color in the fall.
Cool fall days give gardeners the incentive to divide perennials, so that new starts can be established before the winter.
Sometimes there are wet spots in a garden that need permanent plantings to convert a liability into an asset.
Catnip, also known as Catmint, is aptly named. Cats love it, and it is a member of the mint family. This plant's botanical name is Nepeta.
Both private and public landscapes should captivate our senses during all four seasons of the year.
Grab a spade, and remind yourself that most gardeners learn their best lesson through trial and error.
Plants go in and out of fashion, and Coleus seems to be making a fashion comeback.