A modern garden design using plants strong in shape and form works well with mid-century homes and simple hardscaping materials.
Using Cascading Perennials to soften the transitions from hardscape to garden and go a long way toward making a house and yard look like a home and garden.
Columnar plants can be strategic solutions for these situations. In addition, tall and narrow shapes provide a very strong structural element to gardens of all sizes.
Traditional cottage plants are often described as "old- fashioned" (think Grandma’s cutting garden) and are often long-blooming, easy-care, and delightfully fragrant.
A 6-8’ deer-proof fence is the best insurance against damage but will only send the deer into your neighbors’ yards, which doesn’t solve the problem.
With increasing temperatures and water prices, drought tolerant plants are becoming more popular. The following lists provide some suggestions for hot, dry, and sunny areas.
Combinations that refresh faded summer pots and keep your containers bright with showy fall color and continuing interest through winter. Heuchera, grasses and other fall beauties.
We have selected some of our favorite fragrant plants that are readily available putting them together to create beds with year-round interest.
Low Maintenance hanging basket options for easy care and maximum show. A few simple tricks at planting time and good watering will ensure color all season!
Low Maintenance plants are adaptable to a variety of soils and light levels, and require minimal pruning, grooming, deadheading, staking, fertilizing and dividing.
Creating a garden while renting can be accomplished using containers above or below ground, including window boxes; and by choosing plants suitable for container culture.
In a city with so many large trees and heavy rains, there are many difficult, shady planting areas.
Dense canopies and aggressive root systems of these trees create daunting patches of dry, deep shade that defy even expert gardeners. Transform the area into another lush corner.