Ruth Arthur wrote a poem about the juxtaposition of the last vestiges of winter and the optimistic signs of spring. Read it on this Focus on Flowers.
In the poem, the Innkeeper's Wife, Clive Samson recalls the winter night of the nativity.
Now is the time to think about possible additions to the shrubs in your personal landscape.
The Golden Rain tree blooms in summer making it a good choice for when the spring bloomers have ceased to be the focal points in a garden.
The American Serviceberry is a small deciduous tree with a pleasantly round top. It truly is a tree that provides interest across all seasons.
Trees are our oldest living organism; they have been on our earth for about 370 million years. One of the most beautiful varieties is the Tulip Tree.
Sounds brutal, but dead-heading is important for promoting new growth.
While flower arrangements are ephemeral, creating and viewing them can brighten a winter's day.
With only a few flowers we can craft attractive winter floral arrangements by combining them with different kinds of foliage.
As the New Year unfolds, Louise Beebe Wilder's words help us to understand ourselves through the metaphor of our garden.