It’s that time again...camellias are blooming! Many factors can cause damage to foliage and buds during the winter, but some can be mitigated by mindful care during all times of the year.
One thing is for sure: Winter will end and Spring will follow. Stephanie, like most of us, is looking forward to the warmer weather and all that she will plant.
After a warmer than usual winter, capricious Mother Nature poured cold water on our spring parade. When the snow melts and the temperatures moderate, what should we expect?
Click through for a rundown of our current stock of perennials and suggestions of what to do with them for those worried about upcoming freezing weather.
Do you have a bucket list of things you want to see or try? Stephanie does and it's paying off since she spent last Saturday doing something she never would have otherwise: glassblowing. Read all about her experience.
Freezing temperatures are expected Friday and Saturday night. Learn how and why you should protect your budded and blooming plants and recently planted shrubs.
March has Stephanie thinking about homegrown cherry pie. Click through to learn why!
Welcome spring and St. Patrick's Day with these fresh, green arrangements! Follow along as Evelyn creates three floral designs that celebrate the season.
Don't settle for grocery store herbs! Bring the freshness of an outdoor herb garden indoors with these tips.
Hellebores are here! Signaling that spring is just around the corner, these easy, winter-blooming perennials are one of Stephanie's favorites. Click through to learn why.