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fall plants on a table and in pots

Freshen up your containers and landscape for fall.

a Bloomerang Lilac bush

Enjoy the fragrance of lilacs for months instead of weeks.

As we prepare to head back to school this fall, let’s take a look at ideal plants for the student life.

Here are some sure fire ways to attract our winged friends, the butterfly, to your garden.

Phantom Hydrangea in a pot

The Hydrangea paniculata is one of the most unique compact flowering trees, and perfect for large pots and small spaces. While we most often see them as a shrub, once pruned into tree form they are spectacular! Paniculatas have large, showy cone-shaped flowers and bloom the entire summer!

close up of a bunch of blueberries

July is Blueberry Month! So whether you like your blueberries in jams smeared on buttered toast, or baked into muffins, here are a few varieties we believe are the best.

a full garden with an upside-down wine bottle for irrigation

Maintaining your landscape and your vegetable garden can be a very demanding job, and in the summer months when it gets hot your plants require daily attention.

Venice Hydrangea blooms

Hydrangeas today bloom earlier, don’t require pruning, and are re-blooming. They are a versatile plant that can solve many problems in the garden, especially when you want big color in a small space.

A Sioux Crape Myrtle with a honey bee

Crape Myrtles deliver showy summer flowers, attractive bark, and in many cases brilliant fall color, making them a year-round garden performer.

A bee on a cosmo

If you are looking to attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden, the following perennials are a perfect additions. With a little deadheading of spent blooms, these will continue to flower throughout the summer.