We’re featured on Houzz in 12 Stylish Ways to Plant Your Summer Container Gardens! If you’ve been thinking of sprucing up your container gardens for Summer, take a look at these fun ideas. 12 Stylish Ways to Plant Your Summer Container Gardens
Winter Daphne, sometimes known as the romance plant, blooms in mid-February around Valentine’s Day and usually lasts through early March. They are known for their fragrant flowers and showy, bright blooms. Daphnes are a great addition to shade gardens and can be planted as a specimen plant or in groupings. They also work very well… Read more >
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Now that the seasons are changing and the lovely summer bloomers are done, it’s a great time to swap out summer for fall and winter interest plants in your container gardens. To keep your containers looking good through the transition of plants, you can also leave some of your current plants in (like grasses, evergreen… Read more >
“I want a low maintenance garden.” We hear this request more than any other from our new clients. We understand that your garden should be a place for relaxing, entertaining and enjoying our beautiful weather. No one wants to spend their entire weekend being a slave to the garden, especially in the heat of summer, or in… Read more >
I was recently having a conversation with someone who said that there was no point in planting containers now since we are approaching winter… What?!? I had to bite my tongue. Because as I see it winter is the time we need the most color. In summer bountiful plants and color surround us, but in… Read more >