Even in the cold of winter, the garden can provide beauty to more than just the eyes. By selecting plants that bloom with a sweet fragrance during the winter months, gardeners will extend the season of interest in the landscape.
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 gardeners think of hydrangea plants as having blue or pink flower clusters, but these tree hydrangeas have white flowers. These shade-tolerant shrubs have white hydrangea flowers to brighten up a garden area or shady landscape space. White hydrangea flowers will not change colors to pink or blue the way that other hydrangea plants will. Panicle […]
When winter rolls around, gardeners can wonder how to keep color and interest in their garden. These two bright green evergreen trees and shrubs will help. Evergreen plants provide plenty of winter interest in the garden. This is something most gardeners are vaguely aware of but may not think consciously about during the spring and […]