raking leaves off a lawn in the fall

Fall is a great time of year to plant, and an equally good time to take care of your lawn. With a little bit of maintenance this fall, you’ll have a green, lush lawn come spring.

a trowel in dirt with fall bulbs

Any good gardener knows that fall is the best time for planting. It allows the roots to mature prior to getting chilly, making your plant that much stronger come spring.

The foliage and white blooms of a harlequin glorybower

For today's containers, the small deciduous tree Clerodendrum trichotomum, more commonly known as the Harlequin Glorybower, has real impact! And right now the weather is perfect for planting.

If you happened to have missed our Fall Fashion show at the recent Al’s Neighborhood Block Party, rest easy because we’ve got you covered.

an array of autumn decor available at Al's

Now that you've got your fall containers all done with Our Fall Collection, let's get to decorating for all those fabulous fall events coming up!

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!