Right Plant, Right Place, Right Purpose
Right Plant, Right Place, Right Purpose: Understanding your landscape site, its strengths and challenges, and your own preferences for what’s important, will ensure the best results. Start here for a review of many resilient plants that might just be the ones that meet your planting objectives.
As fall color fades, or rather blows away, what is left in your landscape? Dwarf conifers top the list of winter interest stars in the landscape.
Black walnut trees produce a chemical called Juglone in their roots, stems and leaves. This list will help avoid planting the wrong plants next to black walnut trees.
Growing herbs can be one of the easiest ways to bring great inspiration and flavor to your meals. The simplicity of growing herbs can be summarized as…
Fruit Trees now available – Cherries, Peaches, Apples, Pears, Apricots and more…
Each year we anticipate the arrival of fall colors, but some years prove to be better than others. Here is a look into the factors that make a spectacular fall show.
Gather holiday inspiration from your landscape. Fresh cut greens from your own pines, spruce, boxwood, holly and yews are always going to stay fresh longer than any greens you purchase.