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2017-09-15 15:02
  The Spring and Summer are the busiest time of the year for nurseries across the world. Flowers are blooming and looking as radiant as ever, and it seems like it would be a great idea… Read More
2017-07-07 14:00
When you’re faced with thousands of potential plants to purchase for your yard or garden, the task of choosing which ones will be superior performers for you is indeed a daunting task… Read More
Create A Garden To Feed Your Senses
2016-05-25 13:30
Plants give us multi-sensory experiences by tantalizing our senses of sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch. Visitors to the garden who may be impaired by one or more of these senses often… Read More
These Secrets Lead To Tons Of Blueberries
2016-05-20 13:51
Unlike some plants that need intensive pruning, staking and spraying before they bear fruit, blueberries are a dream to grow. After you plant them and they become established in their new ho… Read More
Five Must-Have Hydrangeas For Your Garden
2016-05-18 13:38
If you could select only one type of flowering shrub for your garden, you couldn’t go wrong by choosing a hydrangea. But don’t stop at only one type of hydrangea, because the div… Read More
2015-12-21 20:47
Gardeners may be forgiven for forgetting to notice broadleaf and needle evergreens when flowering trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, and bulbs are competing in spring and summer’s bea… Read More
2015-10-30 12:23
The United States National Arboretum, located in Washington, D.C., is part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service – the same people who bring you t… Read More
2015-10-16 02:56
If you’re going to visit a botanic garden, the unexpected site of green gardens situated in the middle of a large city can be thrilling, a special treasure where it doesn’t belon… Read More
2015-08-10 17:49
It’s summertime! Beach vacations, grilling, and newly erected baby (and adult) pools are in full effect. But, there’s one problem. Your tan is near perfect but rainfall is nonexi… Read More
2015-07-21 13:54
Azaleas are the biggest teaser of all flowering plants. Its commanding blooms in the spring turn every head from butterfly to bee to human. But, as summer approaches, the azalea decides that… Read More
2015-07-16 12:50
Summer is here! Plants are bustling. The sun and blue sky are aplenty. Everyone’s happy. Yet, the summer heat can wreak havoc on a garden . Flowering plants can wilt and abandon their… Read More
2015-07-14 18:03
Your home is supposed to be your refuge. But as summer settles in, the house is rivaling the oven in temperature. You can turn on the AC, but the bills are more than the mortgage. You dream… Read More
2015-07-09 12:41
A living fence is a perfect way to both enjoy your privacy and be in tune with the natural world. Perhaps the best choice for creating a green wall are shrubs. Gardeners of both the amateur… Read More
2015-07-07 15:24
Nothing is more satisfying for the mind, body, and soul than a fresh blueberry. Native Americans introduced this super fruit centuries ago to European colonists, and the blueberry is now pro… Read More
2015-06-23 12:59
Summer is here, but your vacation is not. This is the one year you can’t hitch a plane to an exotic locale for some tropical downtime. But, you can still create a feel for the tropics… Read More
2015-06-11 12:12
To want a flower garden is human. To have a hydrangea garden is divine. These marvels of the plant world are known around the globe for their eye-catching blooms that can be as large as the… Read More
2015-05-12 14:52
A natural fence is the best way to get back your needed solitude and keep in touch with mother nature. Forget the traditional white picket fence or the industrial drabness of a chain-linked… Read More
2015-05-05 12:50
Natural fragrances keep the nose in touch with the outdoors. The artificial smells of plug-ins and sprays are no match for the scents found right in the backyard. What are the best of the fr… Read More
2015-04-23 12:23
If there is one shrub unsung in the decorative hedge world, it would be the Loropetalum. Maybe it’s because of the hard to pronounce name, or maybe it’s because plants like azale… Read More
2015-04-21 12:40
You dream of an island vacation, but the hassles of everyday life keeps the plane ticket to the tropics at bay. One way to beat the doldrums and bring a little sun and fun into your life is… Read More
2015-04-09 13:03
Spring brings a pageantry of plants just begging for attention. Stately magnolias and rows of daffodils explain in colorful detail that winter is long gone. The loudest of this flowering bun… Read More
2015-04-07 12:25
If there’s any tree that symbolizes the South, it’s the stately magnolia tree. When the blossoms first display their delicate heads in early spring, the sweet fragrances fill eve… Read More
2015-04-01 16:04
Cherry blossom trees are the exclamation point of spring, a stark contrast to the blahs of winter. The kaleidoscope of colors, from whites to pinks to reds shower these elegant trees from to… Read More
2015-03-26 13:10
The fabled Lenten Rose is rising in popularity as the spring flower. More than the Daffodil. And even more than the look-at-me-and-only-me Tulip. Also known as Helleborus, the Lenten Roses a… Read More
2015-03-24 13:26
Of all the flowers that beg for our attention, the peony is the queen of the “Look At Me!” plants. And how can you resist? Every variety of peony—pink, red, purple, white… Read More
2015-03-19 13:39
You head to your yard, book in one hand, an ice cold drink in the other. You sit down in your favorite outdoor recliner. The sun is shining. Life is perfect. Except… Your neighbor&rsq&hell…Read More
2015-03-12 14:11
Dwarf Tree Chic The hottest plant trends for 2015 are small in stature, but huge in eye appeal. Dwarf trees are officially hip, and they are replacing their bigger counterparts. From knockou… Read More
2015-03-10 14:28
The winter doldrums can sap the energy from even the most optimistic of gardeners. Flowers that burst with color in the spring and summer are former shells of themselves. Once bountiful frui… Read More
2015-02-27 13:17
The lavender herb is many things: The head turner. The body builder. The scent superior. Once you go lavender, you never go back. And why would you? Its indispensable property as a landscape… Read More
2015-02-24 14:25
Bareroot Perennials are the budget gardener’s dream. While not especially gorgeous at the outset (a wooden stem with bare spidery roots), bareroots acclimate quickly to their growing e… Read More
2015-02-19 14:05
One of the most rewarding features of any garden are fruit trees. Sweet smelling blossoms in the spring give way to luscious fruits in the summer and fall. Imagine bounties of plump cherries… Read More
2015-02-10 13:45
Grove after grove of green, yellow, and orange fruits are the citrusy symbol of the sun laden tropics. However, what are the colder climate residents to do if they want the lo… Read More
2015-02-03 13:24
You have rose envy. Every yard or botanical garden you walk by has a flourish of rose bushes that dazzle your eye and raise your jealousy. You want your garden to have those same b… Read More
2013-04-29 11:00
Green plants look fresh and vibrant for long weeks.  Plus, they can help cover the spots where flowering plants have faded.  One great all-green plant is the fern. Ferns come in nu… Read More
2013-04-26 11:00
If you’ve ever flipped through a gardening website, magazine or book, you’ve probably seen the term “specimen plant” but you might not know what it means.  A spe… Read More
2013-04-23 11:00
There are very, very few plants that can thrive in any light conditions.  Typically, they favor either full sun or mostly shade with a varying tolerance for doses of the opposite. … Read More
2013-04-17 11:00
When creating, changing or making additions to your landscape, it’s best to have a clearly defined style in mind.  Choosing a gardening style will help you pick plants that comple… Read More
2013-04-12 11:00
Every gardener, no matter what his skill level, could use a little help to get a better result.  Whether you’re talking about a little advice from a neighbor or some seeds passed… Read More
2013-04-06 11:10
Is your garden looking a little flat?  Bring some of those blooms up to eye level with an arbor and flowering vines.  Many flowering vines are easy to grow and can bring a huge vis… Read More
2013-04-04 12:52
The signs are unmistakable.  The temperature is beginning to rise. Your mood is improving.  The birds are singing again.  A little bit of green is starting to show in your gar… Read More
2013-01-14 18:40
During the dark days of winter, a garden can get a little gloomy.  With so few flowers to enjoy, tending a winter garden can become something of a chore.  A few bright blooms can r… Read More
2011-04-04 14:07
Vertical Gardening adds life, depth, and a touch of whimsy to an otherwise horizontal existence in the garden.  For people living in an apartment or small outdoor space, it also creat… Read More

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