Calla lilies can put a "twist" on your existing landscape.
As we tend our indoor plants, it often seems to soothe and calm our spirits. Some health experts have even suggested that our plants may help lower blood pressure.
Intermingling is similar to creating a prairie planting where the plants grow together without any defined edges or structure.
Plants with common names that are not so pretty should not deter us from using them in our gardens.
Sedums with dark-colored leaves look striking in the fall garden and contrast with the colorful autumn leaves.
One of impressionist painter T.C. Steele’s most admired paintings is “Selma in the Garden.”
When autumn arrives, one can never have too many asters!
When one has lots of different plants, it doesn’t always contribute to harmony and cohesion in a garden...
Let's get some sage advice from Duncan Crosbie’s book Tips From the Old Gardeners...