Monthly Archives: March 2015

Planning a Mix of Perennials and Bulbs

Roots, Bulbs, Corms, Rhizomes or Tubers: just think of flower bulbs, just as other plants that you choose to add to your garden.  What is the purpose or purposes of your garden?  A certain color, to attract certain birds, sun … Continue reading

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A Treasured Classic – Peony

They are a classic, because they have been around in so many peoples’ landscapes for years, often outliving their owner.  They are an easy to grow, shrub-like perennial.  Practically no maintenance and no gardening experience necessary!  Peonies can survive decades … Continue reading

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Colorful Caladium Foliage

Looking to add more color to those shaded areas of your yard?  Caladiums are an excellent choice and very easy to grow and care for.  Vibrant reds to pale pinks, wide bands of color to speckled patterns of green, the … Continue reading

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