How to Plant and Grow Chrysanthemums

Learn how to plant and grow Chrysanthemums for a show-stopping fall garden.

Seasonal Centerpieces & Placesettings with Succulents

Here’s a gorgeous fall “living arrangement” for your home! A fun and unique way to use succulents indoors.

How to Grow Echinacea

With it’s droopy daisy-like petals, the Purple Coneflower is known not only for its beauty, but for it’s immune-enhancing effects. Read all about growing them in your climate.

All About Yarrow

Yarrow is one of the best drought-tolerant perennials that is also heat and wind tolerant. When the heat kicks in, these babies hold their own and still look beautiful.

All About Hen-and-Chicks

Succulents are hardy and drought tolerant needing very little water, particularly in the drier winter months and are perfect for containers and rock gardens.

Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum)

Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) is a perfect groundcover for shady spots near trees or hedgebanks with dainty white flowers in the spring to early summer. It is a natural insect repellent making it the perfect companion for herb gardens, roses and peonies.

Striped Cranesbill

When spring gardening, don’t leave out the Striped Cranesbill. It’s a favorite in English and Cottage gardens.

Rose Varieties

Roses are one of the most popular flowering shrubs because of their long blooming season featuring blossoms of various colors, sizes, and ease of growth.

Emerald Spreader Japanese Yew

Native to eastern Asia, the Emerald Spreader Japanese Yew (taxus cuspidata ‘monloo’) is a slow growing, drought tolerant plant that is attractive to bees, butterflies, and birds. It is virtually maintenance free.

Bee Balm

Bee Balm, also known as Horsemint, Oswego Tea, or Bergamot, is a wonderful addition to a mid- to late-summer garden. Butterflies, bees, hummingbirds, and other nectar-loving species are attracted to this plant.

Clary Sage

Salvia (SAL-vee-uh) Sclarea, commonly known as Clary Sage, has a strong, fragrant smell and is often distilled for its essential oils and aromatherapy

Catmint (Nepeta cataria)

Catmint (Nepeta cataria) lives up to its name: For you cat lovers, it’s commonly known as “catnip”.