A Guide for Fall Gardening

A Guide for Fall Gardening

  September through October is a great time to plant. The cooler air temperatures bring less stress on plants while the warm soil temperatures are ideal for roots to grow.  Everything from deciduous trees and evergreens to shrubs and perennials get a head start...
Perennial Grasses: A Fall Showstopper

Perennial Grasses: A Fall Showstopper

Autumn Grace and Beauty Ornamental perennial grasses are a fall showstopper with their graceful movement and beauty like no other in an array of fabulous colors, textures and sizes.  Whether planted in mass or as a specimen plant, ornamental perennial grasses make a...
Creating A Fall Pollinator Garden

Creating A Fall Pollinator Garden

Pollinators are critical to our food supply. Many of the foods we enjoy, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, coffee and chocolate, are possible thanks to birds, butterflies, bees and other beneficial insects.  Planting a variety of plants with different bloom times,...
Add Flower Drama

Add Flower Drama

Right now perennial hibiscus are putting on a show with their impressive, super-sized, bold blooms. Use them as a focal point in a large perennial garden or planted at the edge of a pond. These plants love water and sun! They’re perfect for a place that tends to...
Shedding Light on The Shade Garden

Shedding Light on The Shade Garden

We are frequently asked what perennials can be planted under shade trees. While dense shade is not an environment for prolific perennial blooms, there are a variety of perennials that offer variegated, textured, and colorful foliage. Walk your yard at different times...