If you missed our seminar with gardening expert, Melinda Myers, don't fret! Here are the notes from her talk about Fall and Winter Landscape Care.
Make the designing decisions even easier this fall with pre-selected, bulb packs in fabulous combinations of color and texture. More is always better with bulbs so, spring forth and plant abundantly! Just add sunshine…
Mums and asters are always a colorful spot in the September garden. But, they don’t have to be the only ones. This year, why not give fall-blooming anemones, also known as Japanese anemones, a try?
Just like a family, ornamental grasses come in all shapes, sizes and personalities. Some say variety is the spice of life and this is also true for ornamental grasses. The exotic, Japanese Forest Grass holds its own in a container—while multiple groupings of the tall and magnificent Maiden Grass can add a large, architectural statement to a public space.
Now is a great time to create a perennial garden, fill voids in planting beds and add some seasonal interest to your landscape. The worst of summer’s heat is over, the soil is warm and air is cool; perfect for planting trees shrubs and perennials.
Brighten the shade, add structure and summer blooms to a mixed border or create a privacy screen with the help of one of the many hydrangea varieties. These easy care plants have brightened landscapes for decades and the many recent introductions make them even more versatile.