August Lilies by Elisabeth Ginsburg When people think of hostas, they imagine mounds of lush green or variegated leaves […]
Carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus and hybrids), with their ragged, “pinked” edges, lovely colors and long vase life, are staples of [&helli...
Some perennials persist in the garden not only as over-wintering plants, but also via self-sown seedlings. With their penchant for […]
In spring, when everything bursts into flower, the world is full of trees in bloom. But springtime is also the […]
New roses are being bred with intoxicating fragrance once more, bringing a winning marriage of old-fashioned fragrance and new-rose vigor. […]
Ah, the first snowdrop of spring. Or is it a spring snowflake? Both are early-blooming bulbs that bear nodding, white, […]