In the Garden: Tips for July

In the Garden: Tips for July

The beginning of the heat has officially arrived. With summer’s onslaught, we can usually expect temperatures to soar into the 90s and 100s. Gardeners hardly want to go out into the garden at all, but we have things to do. This to-do list will help keep your garden in check and give you as much […]

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Plant of the Week: Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea

Plant of the Week: Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea

Alice oakleaf hydrangea is our Plant of the Week for the last week of June. Oakleaf hydrangeas are multi-season plants, with interesting attributes in all 4 seasons. Although they are native to the southeastern U.S., they are adaptable and grow almost everywhere. About Oakleaf Hydrangeas These hydrangeas have the best ability to adapt to environments […]

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Fire Pits – Creating a Comfort Space in the Garden

Fire Pits – Creating a Comfort Space in the Garden

We all want that sense of belonging and comfort to come from our homes, but what about in the garden? I believe that most gardeners are trying to create that comfort space when they create garden rooms. Adding a fire pit to the garden can help. Fire in the garden or landscape has always been […]

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