Gardeners have so many choices to attract butterflies and we want to help you select the best perennials to bring more butterflies into your yard and garden. Here is our list of the best flowers that attract butterflies!

Planting perennials that are known to attract bees into your flower beds and yard can be an effective way to create a bee-friendly yard that is both functional and attractive.

Check out these perennials and create a buzz around town about your garden.

Two of my favorite activities are gardening and cooking, so when I can combine these activities, I am happier for it.

The Japanese Snowbell, with its dainty flowers, graceful canopy and moderate size is surprisingly easy to care for and makes a wonderful statement in late Spring and early Summer. It makes a great addition to a landscape bed or a patio garden and adds beauty and welcome shade wherever you end up putting it.

Keep reading to learn more about the Japanese Snowbell and some of our favorite varieties.

Al’s second generation owner, Jack, shows you how to ensure a successful tomato harvest in the future with helpful tips when planting.

Find the perfect Mother’s Day gift at Al’s! From the inspirational mom to the on the go mom we have a gift for that special someone in your life. Get them a fresh scented soap or a candle to light up their life like they light up yours!

Our own Jessica Petersen recently shared a couple of her favorite herb hummus recipes with us and we thought they were so good, we just had to share them with everyone! Even though they share most ingredients, the bold flavors of garlic, cilantro, red pepper and beets give these 4 hummus recipes unique and wonderful flavors!

Adding color to your established landscape really makes a flower bed look full and vibrant! If you have an empty annual bed it can seem overwhelming, but here are a few things to keep in mind!

With warmth and sunshine as early as mid-February this year, we were sent a refreshing tease of spring accompanied by the fever to garden! This is nature’s alarm clock, reminding us that we have some planning to do. Now we are into April, so drizzle some honey in your green tea and tell Alexa to play Für Elise, it’s time to plan our containers!

Do you have a flowering vine and it grows so fast you don’t know how to manage it? Here are a few tips and tricks on how to train your flowering vines where you want them.