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.
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.
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.
Bring on the butterflies and bees! These native shrubs are some of the most versatile and easy to grow with flowers that will have pollinators coming from miles around.
Browsing our rose selection, you’ll see that we separate them into the “classes." But what does it mean to be a Hybrid Tea, Grandiflora, or Landscape? Here is a basic introduction to the main rose classes to help you narrow-down which varieties would suit you best.
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.