At certain times of the year we just don’t have quite enough flowers. This is when "filler" is really important.
Our native witch alders are wonderful additions to any garden.
During the holidays, it is interesting and fun to decorate with natural materials.
If guests are expected and you have no flowers, just pick a few sprays of evergreens from the garden.
The evergreen shrub Pieris floribunda is native to the Southeastern United States and is related to rhododendron and mountain laurel.
In December, there are varied types of evergreen foliage that can be used to contrast form, color and texture in vases and centerpieces.
The majority of items for your table centerpiece can be scrounged from the garden and yard.
What can flower gardeners do when their perennials' roots are sleeping the winter away?
Time to rake up those leaves and plan for the year ahead.
The Vinca minor, also known as common periwinkle, is best known for being an easy ground cover with periwinkle blue flowers in spring.