Ever wonder who creates the magnificent jewels in our gardens called hostas?
I first saw cardinal flowers growing in a drainage ditch along a farm field. Their intense red took my breath away, in part because of their surroundings.
Ligularia sounds like some kind of pasta or seafood, but no, it's a plant, a perennial flower that has captured my fancy.
Perennials and containers make a great gardening combination, but they will quickly go to pot if overlooked in the winter.
Fall is a great time to increase or change plant varieties in your garden by swapping perennials. So pot your perennials, identify them and bring them to the plant swap to exchange for others. Gardening staff will be on hand to give information on planting and care of your new varieties. Als…
Deborah Barber, a devoted sports fan and avid gardener, shows her team spirit by planting flowers in school colors.
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