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 »
The Good Earth Garden Center’s Water Gallery has a broad selection of self-contained concrete, ceramic, natural and composite fountains in a variety of styles and sizes available. Each one is designed to compliment your home. A well placed fountain can create a unique visual statement, enhance your living space with their ambiance, and add to… Read more »
Learn the top five professional tips on doing your own landscape from the award-winning team at The Good Earth Garden Center.
Keep reading for landscape lighting tips, including how it can increase your home value, add safety and more. First of all, what is quality landscape lighting and how does it differ from the lights at box stores? Professionally installed, high quality, low-voltage outdoor lighting is more efficient than ever before by utilizing energy efficient… Read more »
Pansies are the most commonly planted fall and winter annual in our area and for very good reason. Pansies bloom from fall into next spring, all the way through time to plant warm season annuals. They offer a large variety of color choices and offer a variety of bloom colors and interesting features. Care is… Read more »
It’s here; the season when ornamental grasses are the stars of the landscape, with their eye-catching plumes waving in the cool breeze! We have many different varieties to choose from… and right now, our favorite is ‘Red Rocket’ Pennisetum. And bonus, our current selection of ‘Red Rocket’ (September/ October 2022) was grown right here… Read more »
Use the ‘Thriller, Filler, Spiller’ planting concept from Proven Winner plants for upscale combination planters! Thriller Thrillers are taller plants that add vertical drama to a container planting. They can be flowering plants, foliage plants or even ornamental grasses. For containers that will be viewed from all angles, place the thriller in the middle. For… Read more »