Find Out Why Roses Love Garlic
Garlic protects roses from bad bugs - and it can also help prevent fungal diseases like blackspot.
Nasturtiums or ‘Nose-Twisters’?
Have you ever heard of ‘nose-twisters’? Well if you haven’t – let me tell you that if you have a
Using Vines as Groundcover
Most of us are familiar with seeing vines growing up on a wall or fence. But, have you ever thought
The Story of an Old, Neglected, Nameless Rose
This is a story about an old, overgrown, nameless rose bush. This poor rose hadn’t been cared for or pruned
Planting Bare Root Roses
Do you love roses? I certainly do. At one point, I had over 40 different rose bushes growing in my
How to Select Bare Root Roses
It’s hard to believe that there is anything to do in the garden in January, but in zones 8 –
Focus on Natives: Carolina Aster
Late-blooming asters are a favorite of many gardeners. One native aster is perfectly suited for the wildlife garden: Carolina aster.
Bright, Colorful Bougainvillea
When people picture the tropics, the beautiful bright, pink colors of Bougainvillea often comes to mind. Thankfully, you don’t have
Focus on Natives: Indian Blanketflower
Budget gardeners looking for a terrific pop of color in their gardens from spring through fall (and nearly year-round in
Flowering Plants For Full Sun
Do you have an area in your garden where the sun just beats down relentlessly, making it hard for your