How to Work with a Landscape Designer

How to Work with a Landscape Designer (Part 1 of 2)

You know that moment when you drive up your street, pull up to your home and suddenly realize that your landscape seems a bit tired and needs to be updated?  That’s the same time you look at your neighbor’s homes and think, man, they look so fresh.  That, my friends, is the moment you know your landscape needs some help and it’s time you did something about it.

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Help Save the Bees with these 5 Herbs

Doing Our Part to Save the Bees with 5 Simple Herbs

 

Let’s be honest – we live in a society that consists of bandwagons.  And that’s fine.  We all need to forge our own little space on this giant rock.  But if you’re someone like me, a fairly simple person, then this past year was slightly nauseating.  That being said, I do have a bandwagon that everyone can join.

 

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2017 Perennial Plant of the Year: Asclepias tuberosa

2017 Perennial Plant of the Year: Asclepias tuberosa

 

Butterfly lovers unite and rejoice;  Asclepias tuberosa has been labeled the 2017 Perennial Plant of the Year™ by the Perennial Plant Association!  And with good reason since this spectacular milkweed is a super-food in the butterfly world and a great addition to any garden.  Here’s what you need to know about Asclepias tuberosa:

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How To Propagate Succulents

How to Propagate Succulents

Succulents – let’s face it, who doesn’t love a plant that is basically self-sufficient and wants to be left alone?  Quite simply, succulents allow all gardeners and non-gardeners alike to be ‘look at me, I really know what I’m doing’, even if we’re totally winging it!  And propagating succulents?  It’s so easy that it makes you feel like you can conquer any project on Pinterest!  I mean seriously, 4 easy steps!

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Trimming Perennials in Fall

How and When to Winterize Your Perennials

Pruning all your perennials down in the fall seems like it would be the correct thing to do, right?  I get it, you have beautiful fall weather, you’re already raking leaves and it just makes sense to cut down the perennials and move on with the up-coming holiday season.  Unfortunately what we want and what our plants need aren’t always the same thing.  Here are answers to some common perennial winterization questions.

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