I read recently about a new gardening craze that is called “Intermingling Plants.”
I am lucky to have a large garden space and so I have the luxury of being able to dedicate some of my beds to a single perennial species.
Most flower gardeners enjoy sequences of bloom in their beds.
Foliage color can light up the landscape in all seasons of the year, not only in the fall...
Gardeners with small plots can enjoy growing modern trees that have been especially bred to be narrow.
Before we purchase new plants for our gardens, we should always read the plant tags carefully.
Shrubs are long-lived inhabitants that help create the architecture of our gardens.
Although we sometimes ignore hardiness maps, they really do provide information that is crucial to the success of our plants.
September is an excellent time to walk around your garden and take stock.
Keeping a garden presentable across all seasons of the year requires an eagle eye, and considerable commitment of time and energy.