I have a cutting garden that I use to make summer bouquets for my house and for friends. Sometimes it seems like they could use some filler—like the baby’s breath the florist uses. Can I grow baby’s breath?
How do I grow lavender? Read Article
Foxtail lilies, or desert candles (Eremurus spp.), are tall perennials with big bright flowers and supreme drought tolerance. Read Article
In gardens with restricted space or where conditions are especially difficult for agaves, try growing them in containers. Read Article
We love Japanese snowball bush (Viburnum plicatum) for its lovely white spring flowers, reddish fall foliage and lovely branch structure. A beautiful viburnum that stands out among shrubs. Read Article
Watch a video about growing succulents as houseplants or outdoors. Read Article
Last weekend we celebrated my daughter’s second birthday. She has grown and developed so much. I cannot say the same for my four-year-old living stones (Lithops spp.), which I started from seed!
Can I collect seed from my blue mist shrub and expect it to sprout? Read Article
We love ‘Tom Thumb’ cotoneaster (Cotoneaster adpressus ‘Tom Thumb’) for its tiny leaves, beautiful branch structure, fall color and ground-covering abilities. Read Article
We love ‘Carousel’ little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium ‘Carousel’) because it is a mid-size clumping ornamental grass with great fall color and a sturdy habit. Read Article
We love ‘Solar Cascade’ goldenrod (Solidago shortii ‘Solar Cascade’) for its arching stems of bright yellow flowers, drought tolerance, compact size and non-aggressive nature. Read Article