Fall may be a better time to plant perennials than spring. The cooler, rainier weather is more conducive to helping plants establish.
This Dianthus will bloom most heavily in mid-to-late spring. If the summer is mild, you may be able to extend the blooming season by deadheading (removing the spent flowers.)
Here’s another perennial that I think is underappreciated. Calamint, officially Calamintha nepeta, is a low maintenance perennial for the front of the garden, staying at around 18 inches in height. It has airy masses of tiny flowers in white to…
One of my favorite perennials is Perovskia atriplicifolia, common name Russian sage. Russian sage has a lot going for it. Upright growth, pretty blue flowers, and a long blooming period...
Planting with pollinators in mind is not only environmentally friendly, it's also easy on the the eyes. Here are six of our favorites that are easy to grow and attractive to people and pollinators alike.
Because there are so many varieties, you are bound to have one or more spots in your garden that would be just perfect for phlox. They come in all flower colors, and some are even native to Maryland. Learn more about this showy perennial.
Click through for a rundown of our current stock of perennials and suggestions of what to do with them for those worried about upcoming freezing weather.
Hellebores are here! Signaling that spring is just around the corner, these easy, winter-blooming perennials are one of Stephanie's favorites. Click through to learn why.
Hellebores lure a strong following of plant aficionados who pride themselves on their vast horticultural knowledge, but you don't have to be an expert to enjoy them with lasting success. Read on for growing tips and some of our favorite varieties.
Providing reliable color and demanding little except our appreciation, daylilies make a great addition to any sunny garden. Take a closer look.