Fall is the time to prepare the perennials for winter.
Roses are one of the most versatile plant groups, at home in a rambling cottage garden as much as they are in a more formal setting.
While it's true that some rose varieties require extra effort to grow their best, there are others that are as carefree as many other popular garden shrubs.
With their great beauty, tremendous variety, and luscious scent, it's easy to become passionate about roses.
Fall is for planting bulbs. Their flowers are the harbingers of spring and one can never have enough of them.
You can have it all and eat it too in the backyard garden. Are you tired of the same old potatoes, tomatoes, and beans routine? Do you want to replace the old waltz with a new minuet that satisfies the aesthetic soul as well as the cravings of the flesh?
What to do with those leftover bulbs.
Choosing a garden style is a little like getting dressed.
Whether you're a new gardener planning your first perennial bed, or an experienced gardener hoping to improve your existing plantings, we can help make your garden a success.
Simple tips to keep some common favorites beautiful and healthy.