February in the Garden

February in the Garden

The month of February can deliver unpredictable weather, but plenty of “sun breaks”! Be ready to jump in the garden when conditions are right. For Fresh Color Bring easy color to porch and walkway: Freshen up window boxes and flowerpots with primroses, violas and/or...
January in the Garden

January in the Garden

January in the garden is mostly a time for planning and preparation for spring! For the Home Take down holiday decorations. Plant your living Christmas tree or scatter cut branches from your Christmas tree over herbs, roses, or perennial plantings for added winter...
Hello Hellebores & Flowers of Winter

Hello Hellebores & Flowers of Winter

The genus Helleborus consists of 15 different species of hardy, low-growing, mostly evergreen perennials that bloom in a range of colors in late winter or early spring with long-lasting flowers. With careful selection, a hellebore could be blooming in your garden from...
December in the Garden

December in the Garden

Our temperate climate and generally mild winter allows us to plant practically year-round (we’re so lucky)! It’s still a good time to plant deciduous trees and shrubs. For Fresh Color We had a stunning fall season, but now that most leaves have dropped, we look...

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