Early spring is here, and, if you are like us, that’s when plant lovers start to get their itch to begin working on their landscaping curb appeal and gardening. If you are looking to get a jump on the season, here are our early spring landscaping tips that will appease your drive to being planting.[…]
A small backyard doesn’t mean a small garden. A size restriction is just an opportunity to get more creative – and have the inspiration that you need to get started.
We know the importance of watering as gardeners, but what about the watering can itself? Using the wrong type can turn this simple task into a chore. Fortunately, there are many designs out there. Once you understand them, you can purchase the best one for you and make watering a pleasant experience for you and your plants!
No yard or balcony is too small to grow vegetables! Even if you don’t have an outdoor space, there are still ways to grow fresh, homegrown food.
As long as we’re growing lawns and gardens, we’ll always have to deal with weeds. The question is: how? Ideally, it’s best to beat them before they even grow.
Meet the plant Lungwort (Pulmonaria ‘Lisa Marie’) This is a beautiful perennial for part shade gardens. ‘Lisa Marie’ fills out quickly to about 15″ tall and wide. Raspberry blooms stand out in the early spring garden and the large spotted foliage is lovely through fall. Pulmonaria is easy to grow and a nice alternative to[…]
Meet the plant False Indigo (Baptisia hybrid) Decadence® ‘Lemon Meringue’ The shrub-like size and habit of this native plant make it a winner, along with the vibrant long spike yellow flower heads. Lemon Meringue has attractive blue-green foliage and long charcoal grey stems. Blooms: May – June Exposure: Part Sun to Sun Type: Herbaceous Perennial[…]