- Site map
- Print Editions
- Classified Ads
- Subscriber Center
- Photo Requests
- About Us
This flower is a bold, sturdy perennial that stands out in the late summer garden.
This native of central to eastern United States is perhaps the most widely planted America oak tree.
This deciduous grass, with medium-green arching blades, is a natural choice for a Japanese garden.
This hardy fuschia, a hummingbird and bee favorite, provides colorful flowers summer through autumn.
These grasses have year-round spiky blue foliage and purplish-brown seed heads in summer.
The variegated giant dogwood’s leaves makes it look like white frosting is spread over the branches.
The slug-resistant “Double Bloody Mary” geum flowers from early summer to early fall.
“Golden Wings” is robust enough to support a small-growing clematis once it has been established.
Japanese tassel fern combines well with asarums and Blue hostas like Hosta “Halcyon.”
What: Rhododendron “Blue Danube” is a selection of evergreen azalea that becomes covered with flowers in late April to early May. The large, hot magenta… Continue reading
The eye-catching flowers of gold-laced primula have been cherished for centuries.
Trillium grandiflorum is a harbinger of spring in the eastern North American woodland.
It’s an elegant shrub that has been used in gardens for centuries.
What: Epimedium grandiflorum “Purple Prince” has striking dark red-purple flowers with white tipped spurs in the springtime. The leaves morph from green flushed with red… Continue reading
What: Veronica peduncularis “Georgia Blue” comes from the nation in the Caucasus region of Eurasia, not from the U.S. state. This cold and tough terrain… Continue reading
What: A little-known legume for the garden, Lathyrus vernus fills in the early flowering season and is extremely durable. The typicaly pea-like, purple flowers are… Continue reading
What: Rhododendron “Snow Lady” is a smaller, mounding shrub with masses of pure white flowers in very early spring. The evergreen foliage is dark green… Continue reading
What: Aristocratic in appearance and slow growing, Abies koreana, commonly called Korean fir, has wonderful layered branches with deep green needles that have startling bright… Continue reading
What: A cultivar of the native flowering currant, Ribes sanguineum “Pulborough Scarlet” was selected for its deep, cardinal-red flowers opening to a rich, rose red.… Continue reading
What: Red-violet flowers and new bronzy green foliage marbled with vibrant pink makes “Anna’s Red” hellebore a magnificent harbinger of spring in the winter garden.… Continue reading