No Mow May
In late April, clover was in full bloom in our backyard and my biweekly lawn service was scheduled. So I dragged out a few outdoor
How to shop a plant sale.
These tips will help you make sure you are prepared and have what you need for a plant sale.
Within your garden are many microclimates.
Create an Arboretum in your garden
My father retired from the military and finally bought a piece of property when he was about forty years old. Mom artfully designed the interior;
Coreopsis – and bringing new plants into my garden
These beauties are both from the Leading Lady™ Series of Coreopsis. ‘Iron Lady’ opens up almost completely burgundy, with more white showing on the petals as
A tree is often so much more than a tree.
When I told Dad about this tree in third grade, he planted one in our back yard.
Gardening in Dry Shade
Tough plants that thrive when trees take the water and block the sun.
Dividing Solomon’s Seal
Divide this deer-resistant perennial to share with friends.
Love Note From the Garden – Christmas Fern
A fern that is native, deer resistant and evergreen – who wouldn’t want one (or a bunch) in their shade garden?
Upcoming online talks feature garden celebrities and new garden books
I am so excited – feels like I just opened a stack of Christmas presents! While researching garden events this morning, I found a treasure
Every door prize at this virtual garden conference is a winner – and many are worth more than the registration fee.
This week I wrote the descriptions for over a dozen door prizes offered as part of the virtual 2020 Georgia Master Gardener Association Conference. This
BOOK REVIEW – Herbaceous Perennial Plants
Classic refernence book by Allan Armitage