Tips for transplanting moss from one garden area to another. Read Article
There’s nothing as soothing as an emerald carpet of moss on a damp, misty morning. Mosses combine wonderfully with ferns and evergreen groundcovers in the shady garden and I hope you’ll agree that mosses are one plant that no garden should be without. Read Article
If I plant ornamental grasses will they take over my garden and become invasive?
This viburnum’s berries turn a variety of shades, including pink. Read Article
North America is home to over two dozen species of clematis, but very few of these are found in gardens. Our native species lack the big, blowsy blooms of the garden hybrids, producing instead demure, understated flowers. To compare the two is to compare a raucous pop song with a gentle fiddle tune. Both are satisfying in their own way, and both have a place in the garden… Read Article
While dinosaurs and dodo birds have come and gone, ferns have quietly carried on, requiring nothing from this Earth but a bit of sun and a square of sod in which to sink their roots. Let’s face it, though–ferns don’t … Read Article