Allan Armitage offers his take on new perennial offerings that have caught his eye because of the role they can play in solution gardening.
By far, hydrangeas are the trending plants of choice in Midwest gardens. But there are plenty other selections worth a look for the landscape.
People’s tastes are different. If you get tired of growing Knockouts and marigolds, there are several planting possibilities for you to explore.
You just never know when and where you’ll come across someone who shares the same affinity and affection for gardening as you do.
The reasons for young people embracing houseplants are all over the Internet. They are the same reasons everyone else gives for embracing them.
From the nursery, to the garden center, and in the landscape, plant selection is a major factor in the utilization of labor.
Gardening concepts are always evolving, and greenhouse growers need to make sure consumers are aware of the importance of pollinators and pollinator-friendly plants.
Gold has become the darling of designers and landscapers because it brightens the shade and is one of the first colors in the landscape that draws your eye.
The most common concerns that consumers tend to voice when it comes to plants are 1) Do deer eat them? 2) Do they attract pollinators? and 3) Where can I buy them?
I don’t expect my friends to know the difference between switchgrass and grama grass, yet I always try to do my best to enhance the visibility of these grasses.
From annuals that look like they came out of a Dr. Seuss book to breeding marvels in perennials and shrubs, the visits to Danziger and Proven Winners at California Spring Trials were exciting, to be sure. Here are some of Dr. A’s favorites.