Gardener's Blog: News & Updates

Melting in the heat…

It's hot out there and your plants may need some relief this week. Consider moving tender container plants into shady areas and definitely check often to… Read More

Interesting New York Times article

Feeling Warmth, Subtropical Plants Move NorthBy Shaila DewanPublished: May 3, 2007ATLANTA, May 2 — Like a true belle, this city flounces into bloom when the weather… Read More

A Primer on Rose Care

Five basic types of Roses: Hybrid teas-Flowers are large and shapely, generally produced one to a stem, can range from 2 ft. to 6 ft. Grandifloras-Sometimes… Read More

Caladium bicolor

These tropical American native perennials are grown from tubers. They provide amazing foliage color, the leaves are borne on long petioles (leaf stems) that rise directly… Read More

Gardening helps ease depression

Interesting article in Medical News Today. Read the full article by clicking here: www.medicalnewstoday.com/healthnews.php?newsid=66840 UK scientists suggest that a type of friendly bacteria found in soil may… Read More

All about Geranium & Pelargonium

Geraniums: Are mostly herbaceous clumping perennials, thriving in a cool climate. Geranium comes from the Greek word ‘geranos’ for crane. The fruit has a beak that… Read More

Abutilon love

This evergreen, semi-tropical, frost-tender shrub is a member of the mallow family. You may notice the resemblance to hollyhocks, lavatera and hibiscus. It is often grown… Read More

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