Author: Jennifer Gibson
Cora Cascade Vinca (shown above in Bright Rose color) This has quickly become one of our favorite plants for many reasons! It has all the wonderful characteristics of regular upright vinca, such as consistent blooming, thrives in heat and sun, AND requires less water than many other warm season annuals. The Cora series of… Read more »
A Pollinators Dream Plant If you’re looking to attract beautiful butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden with a consistent blooming plant then look no further than the butterfly bush! The lovely butterfly bush is a genus of woody flowering perennial that grow appealing fragrant flower spikes that are known to attract pollinators from late spring… Read more »
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It’s really fun for us to find out what our team member favorites are, and we thought you might be interested too! Each week this spring, we will add a new favorite to the top of this blog post. That way, you not only know what we are crushing on this week, but also previous… Read more »
1. Spring is a great time to plant all the things! Trees, shrubs, sod, perennials, veggies, herbs and annuals…all of it! The soil temperatures are warm, which encourages root development. 2. Look at the area before planting to learn how many hours of sun the area gets and whether it is afternoon or morning sun. … Read more »
A perennial can be described as an herbaceous plant whose leaves and flowers die back to the ground every year and come back the next from the root system. However, there are even some evergreen and semi-evergreen perennials! Generally speaking, perennials are desired plants because they produce flowers, seed heads or leaves that add wonderful… Read more »
1 Time to get the pots and beds all ready for spring color! Pansies, violas and ornamental greens had a hard winter. The warm winter transitioned fast into a brutally cold one, without providing cool season annuals a chance to acclimate, resulting in some rough looking pansies around town! If your pansies aren’t giving off… Read more »