It was the one plant left behind in Chicago zone 5 at the Independent Garden Show. Could YOU just walk away from a plant that would be thrown in the dumpster? I’m a true plant-fanatic so this little orphan was coming home to Ohio with me!
It’s another rose share for me… so much going on in my greenhouse, home and garden and this Lorette Lynn rose from Biltmore Estate Garden Center is captivating me today in the garden.
Master Gardeners and Editor Dr.Ronald J. Elardo from the Conifer Quarterly shares with me the ghost in his Michigan garden.
A tall continually blooming upright bush makes a great cut flower. The Tag at Bench’s Greenhouse stated it was a Weeks Roses. . This fragrant plum has a sent of an English rose even in the heat of the summer when most roses have faded. Read More….
Are you interested in growing the oakleaf hydrangea in your garden? You may also enjoy reading my blog post about drying them to hang on the Christmas Tree at Christmas Presents from the Garden that was also featured on P.Allen Smiths Garden Site.
Boo Kitty Playing Under the Tall Grass in Autumn There are many different varieties of ornamental grasses. I’m not sure which variety of ornamental grass I have featured in the blog post above but judging by the google searches I’ve done I think it is Pampas Grass. There is an wonderful article about the different […]
Click Image To Enlarge The Wood County Fair is always an event for all to enjoy. This year I think more then just gardeners enjoyed the showcase of different landscape designs that were featured throughout the Wood County Fairgrounds. If you were to ask just about anyone where to find out gardening information they are […]