Plant species: Annual
What does a severe freeze mean for your landscape? Keep reading! Plants that are winter hardy in our zone should be fine; they will show normal winter damage, especially on any tender new growth. Blooms that have fully opened could be damaged as well. You will most likely see some defoliation after a freeze event.… Read more »
Choose winter hardy plants for containers that offer interest all winter long! The key is to choose evergreens, perennials, groundcovers and seasonal color that can last throughout our coldest temperatures in containers. If you typically plant tropical plants in your containers, and aren’t sure about planting evergreens and perennials in them, just remember you can… Read more »
Much like the pumpkins recipes, this is a collection of fun recipes utilizing our favorite fall/ winter annuals, the pansy. Pansy and viola flowers are edible, both the sepals and the flower petals as well as the pistils and stamens, unlike many edible flowers, in which only the flower petals themselves are edible. A quick… Read more »
Don’t worry; we still have TONS of mums! But if you are looking for something a little different, we have some great options, including marigolds, rudbeckia and crotons! Each of these plants provide tons of bright, big color to fall displays. Keep reading for details about each. We also have fun mixed planters, ready to… Read more »
What is a pansy? 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 many have huge blooms! Deadheading will help… Read more »
Learn how amending your soil, applying pre-emerge, planting spring bulbs and more will save you time and help make your landscape look professionally installed next spring!
With cooler weather finally here and summer annuals looking a little worn from the recent frosts, it’s time to think about fall color, specifically pansies, violas and panolas. Never planted fall color before? Here are the top 10 reasons to plant pansies this year! 1 Plant now and enjoy easy care, blooming color throughout fall,… Read more »