The cold temperatures and often-unpredictable weather during the winter season can drastically damage or even kill the plants left in our yards. Even winter hardy plants, such as lush evergreens, which are supposed to survive safely until spring, can be …
What are some “cool-season annuals” I can grow in my windowboxes as we head into the fall season?
Virtues: We love sawara falsecypress for its hreadlike foliage in vibrant shades of greens to golden yellows that dangles down in a spectacular weeping effect, gracefully covering the smooth, stunning reddish-brown trunk, which peels away its bark in vertical plates.
Amaryllis flowers (Hippeastrum) are gorgeous, exotic plants that burst with luminous color. With their spectacular intrigue, why not showcase their splendor by displaying them in your favorite vase?
by Kathy Diemer Whether novice or experienced gardeners, we all strive for gardens that look good no matter the season. And that is indeed a challenge. What can we do to maintain some structure and color when the temperatures hover …
Virtues: We love winter and sambac jasmines for the cheerful splendor their blooms bring during the winter season.
Ready for the holidays? Discover how to make gorgeous wreaths using plants from your own back yard in this video from Tricia at Peaceful Valley.
What is winter moth and what can I do about it?
I have a “Christmas cactus” that always blooms at Thanksgiving. Is there a way to make it bloom a few weeks later?
Coppicing and pollarding are two types of pruning for trees and shrubs.
Prepare for the winter season with help from Tricia at Peaceful Valley in her video on fall vegetable care.