If you think about the natural habitats of trees and turfgrasses, it only makes sense that these two plants have different survival needs, thus not mixing well together in the same location.
Virtues: We love this butterfly-attracting perennial for its tantalizing array of orange-colored foliage throughout late spring, summer and fall.
What are some shade annuals? Read Article
We love dwarf sweetbox (Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis) for its very fragrant late winter flowers and its evergreen foliage. Read Article
A coarse-textured deciduous shrub with large white spring flowers and nice golden fall foliage. Great flowering shrub for the shade. Deer resistant. Flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Read Article
Can you tell me any plants that will grow in wet shade? Read Article
Is there a difference between “part sun” and “part shade”? I’ve seen both on plant tags. Seems like they should mean the same thing. Read Article
Here’s a miniature hosta with lots of nice cream markings and surprising vigor: Hosta ‘Pure Heart’. Read Article
Umbrella leaf (Darmera peltata) is a Northwest US native plant with astonishingly large leaves. Read Article
Tips for transplanting moss from one garden area to another. Read Article
Can you recommend a lawn grass for deep shade, or specific steps we can take to get it going? Read Article