Are you looking for an easy to grow flower that will come back year after year?
Would you love the add that “something special” to your garden this spring?
One of our favorite perennials to grow is the Veronica, commonly known as the Veronica Speedwell. While there are over 500 different species of veronicas that come in a variety of types and sizes, the Veronica Speedwell is an attractive perennial with long tubular spikes. Its beautiful flowers come in a variety of colors including pinks, blues, purples and whites. They also add that extra something special to landscaping.
We have often said that perennials are a gardener’s bread and butter. Perennials are loved by all because they are plants and flowers that return year after year. Usually when a plant has been labeled a perennial you can expect it to come back at least 2 years after planting it.
Wondering what you can already be doing in your yard right now?
While it looks more like February, March is finally here. There are only 17 days until the first day of spring! Today, we would like to share what all Pacific Northwesterners can be doing this month in your yards and gardens.
Would you like to add stunning beautiful blue flowers to your fall garden?
This week is one of my favorite weeks of the year. I love taking the time to stop and be thankful. I love eating amazing food and I love being around family. While sometimes family coming over causes more stress than we would like, there is still time to get your home ready to host everyone.
Today, we are talking about getting your home ready for the holidays by looking into a perennial that is sure to stop your in-laws in their tracks. In addition, this perennial isn’t as well known, so it gives your garden an edge. The perennial we are talking about is called Monkshood.
Are you looking for a way to reduce your water bill?
With a beautiful weekend ahead, do you have any plans for your landscape? Today, we are sharing about 3 easy ways that will actually save you money in the long run. Not only will they save you money, but they will add that something special to your lawn.
Do you love the look of fresh flowers on your kitchen table?
Would you love to save money on fresh flowers?
Happy Monday and Happy Memorial Day everyone. How are you enjoying your holiday weekend? Are you gardening, barbecuing, or spending time with your family? This weekend provided a great time to get out and garden, but wouldn’t you love to bring some of that garden indoors?
Would you like to be able to save money and eat healthy?
One of the best ways to save money and eat healthy is to grow your own vegetables. Today, we are sharing about planting your very own asparagus. My family loves asparagus. I will sprinkle some olive oil and parmesan cheese on them and bake them at 400 degrees for about 8 minute. My family goes crazy for this delectable dish.
Welcome back to the series that is cover all you want to know about perennials. We are sharing everything from extra beautiful perennials to perennials that offer your family more privacy and lastly perennials that provide shade.
Today, we are sharing about how to use perennials to provide your landscape with a little bit more privacy. Using perennials in this way is genius because of how low maintenance these flowers are. Every year you can expect and look forward to them returning.