A little planning—and a little weeding—can yield a colorful garden full of flowers and renew your enthusiasm for gardening during those hot dog days of summer.
Our second annual Heritage Plant Sale is coming up and we have more than 125 different types of plants for sale. We selected plants that have proven their value in the garden through the test of time. Just about all of these can be found growing in our garden so we have studied them for many seasons and want to share them with you.
This perennial ritual of wintertime planning for the next year is not new. While our gardeners were looking through catalogs for this year, I had the opportunity to read some old letters in our archives that shared that same sentiment.
We try some new varieties of vegetables each year so you never quite know what you will find.
Gardens can change a lot in a year’s time.
This summer, everything is coming up roses in our new Rose Garden.
As major spaces were developed, smaller gardens were created in the gaps between them. One such place is the Herb Garden.
Spring can be very exciting in a garden. Each day something new is popping out of the ground and buds are bursting open.
Spring is only a few days away and everyone is getting excited. Garden staff is busy doing our final cleanup of the gardens before we open to the public April 1.
The single flower most associated with fall is the chrysanthemum.