For the past couple years, we have been growing large gardens of zinnias along US 1 and they look so beautiful that we started selling the cut flowers. Get an inside look at the talent behind our fresh zinnia arrangements and learn how to keep them looking their best for longer.
Follow along as Evelyn creates two charming summer arrangements with the favorite flower of Maryland: black-eyed susans.
It's the height of summer and that means it's crape myrtle season! But the sheer range of choices can be overwhelming. This is a comprehensive look at varieties we carry and the dos and don'ts of caring for them.
This Peach Blackberry Cobbler Recipe is made using canned, fresh or frozen peaches and is simple and scrumptious! If you are looking for a great idea for a peach dish for dessert, you have found a great one here!
Rain gardens, around ponds, or just areas that don't drain well, these perennials love them. And, they're native to boot!
It may be hot out, but these flowering shrubs are giving it their all. Chosen for their ability to reliably bloom for a long period during the hottest months, these shrubs will keep your garden looking cool and pretty year after year.
Getting your kids or grandkids into the garden is a fun way to teach them where their food comes from. Awhile back, Stephanie's grandson, Aaron, helped plant potatoes and now he's helping to harvest them! Maybe this will change his negative opinion of the taste of potatoes?
Shrubs are the backbone of the garden, but if you have an area where water pools or just stays consistently soggy, it might seem hard to find plants that flourish. Here are some of our favorites that have adapted to like wet conditions.
As part of her weekly series sharing memories and adventures, this week Stephanie tells the story of her stepfather, Joe Festerling. He never saw pristine produce as a young boy in Germany. And yet, his family still managed to eat well.
Stephanie spent a recent Saturday with her husband and grandson barnstorming. This isn't like "storming the castle," it's more about ambling around farms and getting an appreciation for the history of the buildings and equipment. In other words, a pleasant way to spend a sunny day.