Liatris attracts lots of those lovely Monarch butterflies into our gardens.
Since the 1830s about 99 percent of American tall grass prairies have been destroyed.
If you have time, perhaps you will share some of your tricks in the comments below.
It seems that our longer falls are giving us more time to enjoy our plantings and bask in all the colors in our gardens.
I read recently about a new gardening craze that is called “Intermingling Plants.”
I plant cranesbill almost everywhere in my garden and have many different varieties...
I am lucky to have a large garden space and so I have the luxury of being able to dedicate some of my beds to a single perennial species.
Most flower gardeners enjoy sequences of bloom in their beds.
I would not be without Verbena bonariensis in my garden. It’s an annual, but it attracts birds, butterflies, and hummingbirds...and bees.