Flowering quince and forsythia branches will soon be available to force into bloom.
September is an excellent time to walk around your garden and take stock.
You can never have too many hydrangea shrubs in a garden!
I have recently become besotted with chartreuse foliage, even though, or perhaps because, it is a color that I have never been able to wear.
Necessity is indeed the mother of invention, and circumstances shape our preferences and thus our plant collections.
This is NOT about co-existence, it is about gardens that are completely over run by animals that create serious health and traffic hazards.
As we arrange the skeletons of summer's bounty, we look back, but we also look forward to next year's growing season.
Cool fall days give gardeners the incentive to divide perennials, so that new starts can be established before the winter.