TweetHappy International Plant Appreciation Day! International Plant Appreciation Day takes place on April 13th each year. This day is a celebration of all plants and the countless benefits they provide. International Plant Appreciation day takes place in spring which is a great time to plant outdoors. With all the benefits that plants provide us with, […]
TweetTrying to turn a yard that is completely shaded into a bright colorful landscape seems difficult, but with the right plants it can be done! There are many plant options for landscaping a completely shaded yard. Creating a shade garden is a great idea. A shade garden is a garden that is planted and grown […]
Tweet Many homeowners want to add a pop of color in an otherwise dull-looking yard. There’s no need to have a bland landscape just because it’s fall and the daffodils are done blooming. Why should spring get all the glory? If you’d like to take time this fall to brighten up your lawn, landscaping in […]
TweetStuck in an end of season gardening rut? Try a different way to keep your landscape in pristine condition – by dividing your plants.
TweetAs the summer heat increases, so does the need for plants and landscaping to be watered in order to remain healthy. But instead of grabbing the hose and spraying everything down every now and then, your best bet is to make a watering plan and stick to it. Establishing a consistent watering schedule will not […]
TweetA recent report from the Center for Biological Diversity reveals some staggering statistics: more than half of the 700 North American bee species are declining, and nearly a quarter of them are on the brink of extinction. This due not only to the use of pesticides, but also habitat loss. Pollination is a crucial part […]
TweetRoses are among the easiest plants to grow. They last for many years and offer up plenty of fragrant flowers that will attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees to your yard. Maryland offers an ideal climate for roses and they will bloom from spring to mid-fall, with June beginning their peak bloom, as long as they […]