Looking for unique flowers for spring? Miri, our tree and shrub buyer, her five favorite shrubs for beautiful flowers and interesting foliage.
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.
In fall, as summer flowers and deciduous trees and shrubs fade, we look to evergreens to provide interest. Conifers are a huge and varied group of evergreens that can suit any garden. Take a look at many examples of landscape designs that rely on the textural interest of conifers.
When we think of fall color, we often think of flowers and foliage, but fruit, specifically berries, deserve a place in your fall color garden. Click through for this extensive list (with photos!) of shrubs with fall berries ranging in color from yellow to purple and everything in between.
Hickories always light up the autumn woods in golden yellow and take our demanding weather in stride. A tree planted today should last for many human generations and provide for a multitude of wild animal generations alike.
Crape myrtles are used often in the sunny landscape for good reason: they offer multi-season interest, not to mention riotous summer color. Click through to read about different varieties and how to care for them.
Oak trees are one of the most well-loved shade trees, perfect for the heat of summer. Best of all, with so many species, there's one for any landscape. Read on for 4 lesser known favorites of ours.
A beautiful summer bloomer that can be grown as a shrub or tree form, Rose of Sharon deserves a spot in your sunny garden.
Learn all about this favorite summer blooming plant and its three main varieties: Bigleaf, Panicle and Oakleaf.
Take a second look at these three tried and true flowering shrubs that have witnessed an explosion of new varieties in the past few years.