Garden Design

Create a Garden with Foliage

By | May 21, 2020
Ostrich Fern
Ostrich Fern

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Flowers are great and all, but have you tried using foliage in your garden? As in life, gardens need balance. Using foliage in your garden creates balance among all the pretty blooms. Many gardens focus on the flowers and sprinkle plants with interesting foliage in here or there; however, have you ever considered flipping the script and using foliage as…Read More

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Two Gardens with Blooms Spring through Summer

By | May 7, 2020
Sunny Spring Through Summer Collection
Sunny Spring Through Summer Collection

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A complete garden has blooms spring through summer and even sometimes in fall. May is the best time for blooms in my front yard. Mallee Pink Daffodils, Mt Hood Daffodils, Orange Brilliant Tulips and Queen of Night Tulips are all blooming. Following those mid-spring blooms are blooms from Camassia, Allium giganteum, Dwarf Korean Lilac, and a misplaced white peony. However,…Read More

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5 Companion Planting Ideas for Begonias

By | January 30, 2020
Twilight and Light Collection
Twilight and Light Collection

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Begonias are well known flowering plants for hanging baskets, planters and garden beds. These bold flowering bulbs brighten shaded garden areas and add loads of colors to patio planters. While begonias alone in a planter or bed make a statement, combining begonias with other garden plants adds additional interest to shade gardens. If you are looking for garden ideas for…Read More

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Lasagna Garden: Planting Flower Bulbs in Layers

By | November 1, 2019
Lasagna Planting
Lasagna Planting

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Everyone wants flowers blooming all the time, right? Since I have been working with plants, I have noticed that people want flowers blooming as much and for as long as possible. I understand why people want flowers blooming all the time because flowers are beautiful! Creating a garden with flowers blooming requires planning, hard work, patience, and time. An easy…Read More

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Start Planning for Spring Blooms Now!

By | July 19, 2019
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 it now. If you were disappointed this past spring with the lack of blooms the entire spring or certain times this past spring there is no better time to start planning than now!  Planning for blooms all spring is important no matter…Read More

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Celebrate National Pollinator Week

By | June 13, 2019
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, and a great way to spend time with your family. National Pollinator Week is June 17th through June 23rd, 2019. According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service these animals “help pollinate…Read More

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7 Unique Shade-Loving Plants

By | May 16, 2019
Visions Astilbe
Visions Astilbe

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Gardening is like life in that it isn’t always easy; we encounter situations and settings that pose challenges. A very common garden challenge is finding colorful plants for shaded garden areas. Before I had a shaded yard, I was always a fan of the shade plant section at the garden centers where I used to work. Part of the reason…Read More

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