The sun shining through the windows lights up the colors beautifully!
It’s possible to have colorful shade gardens that have a continual sequence of bloom.
Common names for these wonderful plants are Christmas rose or Lenten rose, depending on the species and time of bloom.
These unique flowering plants make wonderful Valentine gifts for gardeners.
If you want to see a well-behaved garden, visit one that is about three years old.
The earliest crocus flowers to appear each spring are the pale lavender ones with flimsy petals...
In much of the Northern Hemisphere, March is the month where every garden worthy of the name, does have some daffodils in bloom.
While bulbs provide a lot of flower power in Spring, it is best to accompany them with herbaceous perennials that will outlast bulb foliage.
Here are some perennial ideas that will add bright touches of color to your shade garden.
"April prepares her green traffic light and the world thinks GO." - Christopher Morley