Plant a Moon Garden this Fall

By | July 30, 2020
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Moon Garden

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When you go out walking after midnight in the moonlight you hope to see the flowers in your garden. Seeing flowers at night under the moonlight isn’t always possible if the blooms aren’t bright enough. Enjoy your garden from sunup to sundown and plant a moonlight garden of spring-blooming flowers this fall. Gardens provide relaxation and healing. To get the…Read More

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The Complete Guide to Growing Lycoris

By | July 16, 2020
Red Spider Lily
Red Spider Lily

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Lycoris bulbs go by many names. Gardeners in different parts of the country call these summer-blooming bulbs a host of different common names. Spider Lily, Surprise Lily, Disappearing Lilies, and Magic Lilies are some of the names. Some regions of the United States even call these mysterious summer bulbs naked lady bulbs. But what makes them so elusive that they…Read More

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Complete Guide to Growing Allium

By | July 1, 2020
Globemaster Allium
Globemaster Allium

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Are they aliens or flowers? One could say a little of both. Growing allium in your garden will seem like you have flowers from a different world. The purple ball-shaped blooms of Allium giganteum are the most recognizable allium. They are, however, not the only allium in town. Alliums are standout flowers that provide blooms late in spring. Add allium…Read More

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Start Planning for Spring Blooms Now!

By | June 30, 2020
Late Spring Blooms Collection
Late Spring Blooms Collection

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Next spring may seem like a distant faraway time, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start planning for spring now. If you were disappointed with the lack of blooms in your spring garden there is no better time to start planning than now! Planning for blooms all spring is important no matter how far away spring is. Planning Early for…Read More

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Celebrate National Pollinator Week

By | June 17, 2020
Butterfly on Lily
Butterfly on Lily

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Celebrate pollinators all week and better yet, all year! Planting new bulbs and perennials to attract more hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies to your garden is a good time. Adding pollinators to your garden is also a great way to spend time with your family. National Pollinator Week occurs during the 3rd week of June every year. According to the U.S.…Read More

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