Color combinations can make plant neighbors “pop” and show us that more of the one thing is not always better.
It’s possible to have colorful shade gardens that have a continual sequence of bloom.
I love the informality of Churchill’s flower paintings, with simple vases containing bunches of garden blooms.
A friend gave me a gardening magazine that she purchased in Britain. It's a gift that goes on giving!
Achillea is the botanical name for yarrow and was named after Homer’s hero of the Trojan wars--Achilles.
Some flowers have intense sounding names to match their hues.
Here's an idea for a gardener's valentine gift: an I.O.U. to visit this wonderful garden next summer!
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.
Repetition of white interspersed among other colorful blossoms ties plantings together.
Do you follow Gertrude Jekyll’s advice about always planting three, or multiples of three?