Follow along as Evelyn creates a special Valentine's Day arrangement using a combination of potted plants and cut flowers. The end result is a stunning, long-lasting confection!
Get inspired with exciting, new things to come. This is the first in a series of articles that will showcase new plant varieties and products for the coming year. First up: annuals. They won't arrive for a few months, but you can still have fun imagining the possibilities.
When watering houseplants there's no hard and fast rule of how often to water; you just water when it needs it. But how do you know when it needs it? Read on to find out!
With pansies now in stock at the nursery, Stephanie remembers the hard work that used to be put into growing them here. Read about it and watch a video taken in the 60's of the process.
Growing up in the '60's and '70's, guest blogger Emily had an affinity for colorful, groovy flower motifs. Read about how that love of exuberant flowers has carried over into adulthood with her love of amaryllis and orchids.
Unless it’s right in front of a sunny window, a plant receives pretty poor light in your home. Luckily there are a few that are happy in low light conditions. Click through to read about four of our favorites.
Stephanie just got back from her yearly trip to Atlanta to buy goodies to sell at the nursery. Read about her trip and some of the great stuff she has in store for 2017.
Carnivorous plants like the Venus flytrap can be both educational and entertaining. So if you are looking for something new for your plant collection, why not give it a try? It’s sort of like adopting a pet, only you can skip the pooper scooper.
Gain gardening knowledge and inspiration this winter by curling up with a cup of coffee/tea and a good blog. Here are a few favorites.
Packed with flavor and nutrients, zesty microgreens are so easy and fast to grow year-round, there's no excuse not to. Read on to learn how.