If you’ve never grown a rose simply for fear that you’ll kill it in no time, think again! The National Garden Bureau has designated 2017 as “The Year of the Rose”.
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As we move into the dreary months of winter, it’s good to have something to look forward to in the spring. Each year at the beginning of Fall Fashion Week, the global color authority of the design industry, Pantone Color Institute, unveils their color palette trends and choices for the upcoming spring.
If you are new to gardening, you need to know what a tenderennial is and how to work with it. Many of the best, loveliest plants are tenderennials, which means they can be damaged by the winter cold, even in USDA Zones 7 and warmer.
Hunting for bargain garden plants is easy if you use these 5 simple hints.
That’s right. Just when you thought the best gardening days were nearly over, that you may as well oil your garden tools and put them away till next year – well you’re wrong. There are plenty of lovely, glorious, fun-filled gardening hours still to be enjoyed.
Balmy weather brings everyone out from indoors. It’s as if the cooler months have left us hungry for sunshine, fragrance, dappled shade and summer birdsong.
Edging plants can work miracles – from fixing messy beds and directing garden traffic to serving as as garden railings. Here’s how garden edging plants can work miracles…
As a color, red has a serious fan club. Red shoes (to die for), red cars (go faster), red lipstick (no comment) and red roses. Which brings us to red in the garden.
We’ve all done this… headed out into the garden to plant something new and lovely… and when we start digging we discover there’s already something growing there.