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"...annuals have done really well throughout the summer, but the colors are starting to fade and blooms are drooping..."
"Many gardens display plants that are unusual, strange or unique, setting them apart from the predictable perennial or annual beds."
"Roses have been a time honored shrub in gardens for hundreds of years..."
"Peonies are a hardy long lived perennial native to Asia, Southern Europe and Western North America."
"With the high price of groceries these days it is satisfying to be able to grow your own choices of delicious vegetables and hearty herbs."
The days are slowly getting shorter and the nights are cooling off. To our dismay, this is a sure sign that fall is on its way.
A pond or water feature can be a place of contemplation and reflection or mask the unwanted sound of noisy traffic.
10 tips to helps gardeners struggling with bed design, color, placement and variety of plant material.
It has been a long winter and everyone craves for the sight of the first bulb, bud or perennial.
Inspiration (to be influenced or moved by) comes from many different places sights and feelings.
The Autumnal Equinox (hours of day and night are almost equal) has officially arrived. A time for cooler days, crisp sunshine and glowing oranges, yellows, and reds of the changing leaves.
Our gardens contain more than just plants grown for their varied colorful blooms, sweet fragrances or lush greenery. They are also not just for the strawberry patch, climbing pole beans or lush red tomatoes.