In the Victorian language of flowers, giving honeysuckle was a way of acknowledging a lady had a sweet disposition.
One of the many pleasures of springtime is smelling the perfume of hyacinths...
Dwarf varieties of old favorites are much more suitable for small yards.
Like good friends, good shrubs have the capacity to keep surprising us with their many virtues!
Summer bulbs are labor intensive, as they have to be dug and stored each fall; however, they add immeasurably to the diversity of the summer garden.
The fragrance of the tuberose is popular with most people who’ve taken the time to stop and smell it.
Our native witch alders are wonderful additions to any garden.
Mint grows so well in the ground that it is difficult to grow just a little of it.
Flowering quince and forsythia are better known for forcing but witch hazel is great too.
All evening primroses are cheerful and easy to grow flowers that pop up unexpectedly in our gardens.