Ultimate Evening Garden Party

Must Haves for the Ultimate Evening Garden Party

Enjoying a beautiful garden is not just for the daylight hours. Gardens are made to be filled with the laughter and love of good friends. They’re a place to create happy memories! When the weather turns balmy and we don’t have to run inside for fear of catching frostbite as the sun goes down, our […]

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rabbits

How To Keep Rabbits Out Of Your Garden

A beautiful flower garden attracts many types of wildlife to the yard. Nature lovers often say that’s one of their greatest benefits! However, some of our furry friends cause big problems in our garden beds. Rabbits, cute as they are, cause a lot of damage to our gardens when they eat tender shoots and flowers. […]

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Here Are Five Fall Gardening Tips

Ah…autumn! The leaves are beginning to change colors and lazily drift from their branches to form an orange, yellow and red carpet on the ground. The breeze has grown cool and crisp and the scent of pumpkin-spice has begun to fill the air. Our gardens are bursting with color from the fall-blooming perennials planted earlier […]

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growing hibiscus

A Beginner’s Guide to Growing Perennial Hibiscus

You might recognize hibiscus flowers from postcards titling tropical locations such as “Greetings from Florida!” or “Aloha from Hawaii!” And while hibiscus are definitely hardy, heat-loving garden show-stoppers, there’s a little bit more you might not know about these large, bell-shaped, pink, white and red flowers. Have you heard of perennial hibiscus? Here’s a quick […]

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All About Perennial Mums

Summer has arrived! I hope you are enjoying the warm weather and your gardens bursting with all of the colors of the season. I enjoy taking in the sights and smells of our garden beds while our pollinator friends come to visit! Have you begun thinking about perennial mums? Once the weather turns cool and […]

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Great Garden Books: 19 Choices for a Winter Escape

With the holidays over and the garden still blanketed in snow, what’s a gardener to do to survive the cold, dark days of winter? Dream of spring blooms, of course! And what’s the best way to prepare for a new garden season? Rest, rejuvenate, and reap garden inspiration by reading great garden books! With thousands […]

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