Be Inspired - Better Ways to Use Agapanthus
Poor agapathus, choice plant of curbside gardens in lots of warm season zones. It's not her fault that she's so useful, easy-to-grow, and brings a whimsical
How to Choose Encore® Azalea Color Patterns
Curb appeal, the term that realtors use to refer to the allure of a front yard and entryway, is important when selling a house. But it is about more than marketing. It's about creating a landscape style that reflects your personal panache and welcomes visitors to your home.
October Magic® White Shi-Shi™ Camellia
Selected for its bushy, spreading habit similar to the well-known ‘Shi Shi Gashira’, this low growing evergreen offers durable, versatile performance for the landscape and public spaces. Porcelain-white, formal double flowers provide a graceful display at a time of the year when fewer trees and shrubs are blooming. A gold medal winner for sure!
White Doves Camellia
Sparkling white, semi-double blooms cover glossy dark green foliage during the cool season. Upright, somewhat willowy branches form a handsome rounded shrub with age. Excellent for use as an accent, evergreen hedge, or espalier. A mid-season bloomer.
Beautiful, pale, buttery yellow, semi-double, slightly fragrant flowers adorn this plant in late winter to early spring. This fast grower is perfect for brightening up a shady woodland garden. Its glossy, dark green leaves and fragrant, ruffled flowers are plentiful enough to cut and bring indoors. Mid to late season bloomer. Evergreen. Fast growing 6 ft. tall by 4 ft. wide. Filtered sun. Cutting grown.
Flowering Bulbs for Georgia Gardens
A wide variety of bulbs grow well in Georgia. Most are grown for their flowers and some for their foliage. They are grown as pot plants, in shrub borders, naturalistic plantings and in mass displays. Bulbs offer a certain magic to the landscape virtually unrivaled by other plants.