I love Halloween! I love Fall! While scrolling on Facebook the other day, this photo appeared! OH MY! I loved it. It really has made me want to try it, so my plan this weekend is to go buy my pumpkins and try.
Fall is time to just take in deep breaths and clean out the cobwebs in your head and for me in my corners. What is your favorite thing to do in the Fall? Send me a email, I would love to hear from you.
A Picture Is Worth A Thousands Words. Edna Poe and Jim Dronenburg share some pictures of their gardens.
So many vibrant colors everywhere. Walking around our yard while waiting for my grandson to get off the bus the other afternoon, I saw our Knockout rose all budded up and ready to burst open.
Alice, who many of you might remember working in our sunny annual department every Spring loves to share photos of her beautiful gardens, and she lately has been fascinating us with videos and pictures of all of her butterflies hatching.
After a number of years, our display garden of low-growing groundcover plants is growing beautifully. Click through to learn about it and get inspiration for your own garden.
Last in our month-long celebration of women who made important contributions to world of horticulture is Beatrix Farrand. Learn all about how she overcame a male-dominated profession to design famous gardens, including Dumbarton Oaks in D.C.
This month, we're celebrating the women who broke boundaries to make horticulture what it is today. Up this week is Cynthia Westcott who became famous for her ability to diagnose and treat ornamental plants, writing a number of books and developing disease solutions in the process.
Renowned for her achievements in the field of ornamental plant hybridization, Isabella Preston is the next woman we would like to celebrate in our month-long series for Women's History Month.
March is Women’s History Month, so we thought it appropriate to remember a few women who made strides in the area of horticulture. First up, a woman who was key in developing and commercializing the cultivated blueberry. Click through to read her story.