As summer heat begins to wane, this becomes a perfect time to assess your garden for the year, and make plans for the next year. Working in the garden becomes fun again, and plants get an almost magical head start when you plant them in the fall. Here’s why planting shrubs, perennials, and trees in the fall can be so beneficial.
Many bulb gardeners overlook the beautiful summer flowering bulbs because of the popularity of the spring bulbs but you’ll want to add these breath taking flowers to your garden this summer.
Part of my garden makeover included adding new flowering shrubs and bird-friendly trees to our landscape. Here are three plants I added to my landscape that you’ll find right in your local Lowe’s garden center. Save money, add color, and enjoy a beautiful landscape.
Bulbs to plant in the spring to have them bloom in the summer.
“I know a bank where the wild thyme blows where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine with sweet musk – roses and with eglantine.” ~A Midsummer Night’s Dream The rose is one of the oldest flowers in cultivation and is still considered one of the most popular garden flowers today. […]