Foliage colors are especially good for creating interesting beds and borders.
The yellow and orange colors of the glads we have today came from the genetic legacy of a variety called Gladiolus primulinus.
At this time of the year, as we peruse our spring catalogs, we will run across plants described as new hybrids.
The genus name honors Pierre Magnol, French botanist (1638-1715).
Some of their names are almost as lovely as the flowers themselves!
These hybridized tulips would look great in your garden!
Some speedwells are low growing but most are upright with flower spires of blues, violets, pinks and whites.
This genus of plants are commonly called anise hyssops and are in the mint family.
These unique flowering plants make wonderful Valentine gifts for gardeners.
Heirloom plants and flowers have historical significance because of their seeds are handed down across successive generations of gardeners.