Native plants are well adapted to our growing conditions, and so most of them are easy to grow and need only minimal care once established.
Since the 1830s about 99 percent of American tall grass prairies have been destroyed.
For bouquets, cut the goldenrod before the buds open, when they last well and no pollen is released.
The word derives from the Greek word xeros, which means dry.
The pollen produced by ragweed is light and easily blown in the wind.
If you wish to attract many butterflies to your garden, plant a butterfly Bush, “Buddleia Davidii,” in your garden.
Monarda, also known as Bergamot, leaves are a popular flavor for tea, though the leaves hold no interest at all for grazing deer...