a hedge of Knock Out Roses

If you love roses or just wanted to try your hand at roses for the first time, now is the best time to purchase if you want to enjoy the biggest selection of the season.

beautiful yellow blooms of the edgeworthia bush

A very unusual Daphne relative that bears fragrant, bright yellow flowers on bare stems in winter. Sometimes called yellow Daphne, it’s definitely a collector plant. Each 1″ plus bud resembles an intricately designed tassel on the corner of an elegant Victorian pillow.

vegetables growing in a garden bed

Spring is fast approaching and now is the time to start thinking about designing your vegetable garden. Not sure where to begin? Here are some simple tips to help get you started.

shooting star hydrangea blooms

Enjoy these unique snow white hydrangeas for the holidays!

Norfolk Island Pine and Christmas ornament

Sure, we love the look and aroma of the traditional Christmas Tree, but here are a few ideas that any gardener can appreciate. These would make great gift to go along side someone's traditional tree, or may be the perfect size to be the main tree in a limited space.

Al's Garden Recipe
Cyclamen and Anthuriums

Along with that bottle of wine you may be taking to Thanksgiving dinner, why not include a hostess gift that will last long after the last piece of pumpkin pie. With a little thought, you can bring color into your host or hostess’ home during the winter months.

an orchard of apple trees

Tree spraying can be as easy as 1-2-3 when you follow these simple guidelines:

a bin full of compost

The goal of home composting is to support nature’s self-regenerating power in ways that work harmoniously with the needs of your back yard. Many people start composting for practical reasons. Home composting your leaves, grass clippings, garden waste and food scraps reduces the amount of garbage you generate. Plus, compost is essential for a great garden, and starting your own pile ensures a free, regular supply.