Because Earth Day is coming up, let’s pay homage to Alice Waters.
We're reading a group of children's rhymes about flowers and spring.
The stems, flowers, and leaves of all species of monkshood are poisonous.
Celosias make good companions for other strong colored annuals in the cutting garden, such as zinnias and marigolds.
A brief poem by Vita Sackville-West about the growth occurring during the month of April.
Their daisy flowers have red, yellow, orange and maroon shades that remind us of the rich colors of the blankets woven by the Native Americans.
One of the most common and reviled harbingers of spring... the dandelion.
"Honesty" has purple flowers followed by seedpods that are shaped like coins. Hence the plant's common name of "Money Plant."
The name "foxglove" seems to have evolved from "folk's glove." There was an ancient superstition that if you picked a foxglove you would offend the "fairies."