My gardening companion has transformed our garden here in Quebec from a largely ornamental one, to one that’s harboring native plants of all kinds. We’ve snagged what we can find … Read More
This aster will be my offering for Wildflower Wednesday. It’s been covered with flower visitors until the rains started this week. It’s still lovely.
Getting ready to leave in the next week or so, it’s hard to leave such a lovely garden. My gardening companion has transformed our formerly ornamental garden into a much … Read More
For our September 2019 Washington Gardener Reader Contest, we are giving away five pairs of passes to the Fall Maryland Home and Garden Show at the Maryland State Fairgrounds (prize … Read More
There are two general types of Sedums for the garden – creeping Sedum groundcovers and tall sedum. The tall type grows between 1to 3 feet high and perform best in … Read More
It is amazing what you find during a drought and when you start yanking out the weeds. These self-sown Ground Cherries are in about the same spot as where I … Read More
The mandala is Sanskrit for “sacred circle” of the cycle of life and is a concept shared by most cultures around the globe. You can create a mandala in a … Read More
Hakone Grass (Hakonechloa macra) is a tough, ornamental plant with attractive foliage. It also known as Japanese Forest Grass, after its country of origin. It forms a pretty weeping mound … Read More