Japanese anemone is just one of several late-flowering perennials that can add a striking pop of white to a fall garden.
Late-blooming beauties like agapanthus and globe thistle add swaths of dreamy blue to your garden after most other pops of color have faded.
As the owner of a flower farm, I use this same planting technique for most hydrangeas—including Limelight, Endless Summer, Annabelle, and Incrediball varieties. It's important to dig the right hole, take proper care of the roots, and more.
Many plants don't grow well under black walnut trees due to a chemical called juglone contained in every part of these trees. Here are some plants that not only grow well near black walnut trees, but also attract many pollinator species to your garden.
There are several types of flowers often called "geraniums," which have different growing needs and are native to different climates. Both can be planted in your garden, but which is the best choice?
Attract local pollinators, including bees and butterflies, to your Northeast Ohio garden with these 5 native flowers.
Propagating pelargoniums from stem cuttings is extremely easy, and it's so fun waiting for that new growth to show!
Deadheading dahlias is critical to help them bloom longer. Learn how to do it (and how to make sure you aren't snipping new buds along with the spent ones!).
Deadheading geums can extend flowering for months if done right. Learn how to properly deadhead geums (along with general planting tips!).
Don't flip if your hydrangeas have flopped. There are a few super easy ways to fix this problem (and prevent it in the first place).
Do you really need to prune Annabelle hydrangeas? No! It's entirely up to you. Here are the pros and cons of pruning.
From hardening off your plants to staking them early, here are my five foolproof steps to planting out dahlias.
From overwatering to "winter zap," here are seven different reasons you might be struggling to get your hydrangeas to bloom and what you can do to change that!
Learn how to lift, divide and replant primroses and polyanthuses and enjoy beautiful, colorful flowers in your garden.
These plants look good in winter and also in other seasons. Seasonal plants are useful for making your garden look attractive throughout the year so that, as one plant fades, another takes its place.
Learn how and when to prune your bigleaf and panicle hydrangeas and what to do after a late frost.
It's all about the soothing, calming blue color! These five tropical vines with spectacular blue flowers will transform your garden into a relaxing tropical sanctuary.
Add color to your fall garden and brighten your day with perennial late-blooming plants that return each fall.
Endangered native wildflowers are good for the environment and good for gardeners. They are also very easy to grow. These plants will make your garden better than the flowers often sold in garden stores.