The repetitive nature of the task of cutting back plants allows me to relax.
There are few events more satisfying than a good plant swap with serious gardeners, who don’t bring invasive species or other pests.
Here are some perennial ideas that will add bright touches of color to your shade garden.
What can flower gardeners do when their perennials' roots are sleeping the winter away?
April is known as the cruelest month due to the erratic weather and the possibility for freezing temperatures to creep back in and injure new plants.
There may be some flower gardeners on your gift list this December, and if so I can assure you, they love flower-related offerings.
As we arrange the skeletons of summer's bounty, we look back, but we also look forward to next year's growing season.
I have been reading about a new hydrangea that should be available in our local nurseries next spring. I have already put it on my "must have" list.
Cool fall days give gardeners the incentive to divide perennials, so that new starts can be established before the winter.
The writer, Emily Dickinson loved wild flowers, and like the Victorians, she associated violets with modesty and fidelity.