Dear Lazy Gardener, It’s Okay…

Dear Lazy Gardener, It’s Okay…

Blowing, raining, storm after storm. Finally, the ground is showing signs of recovering from this summer’s drought. The fall leaves have been spectacular this year. Beautiful colors because we had a good rain followed by cold temperatures. The garden beds...

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Big Bold Begonias

Big Bold Begonias

One of my favorite plants are begonias. I say plants because there are many different types of begonias. There are a couple I can’t be bothered with (like fiberous bedding begonias) but for the rest of them… Bring them on. Starting in early summer and...

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Protecting Your Vegetable Garden: Galvanized Fencing

Protecting Your Vegetable Garden: Galvanized Fencing

When Autumn comes along, it is hard for me to give up my vegetables. I especially miss the ability to go out and grab just a few leaves of something to make a salad or to add to an omelet.    Every year I reserve a small section of my veg garden for my...

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Traveling Plantswoman: France

Traveling Plantswoman: France

I've been touring France and Spain these last few weeks and let me tell you it has been phenomenal.  Here is a little taste of where I've been while I sort the rest of my photos to share with you in the weeks to come. Van Gough Garden Olive Farm and...

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From Our Greenhouse:

Magnolia ‘Sunsation’

Zone 5 – 9
20 – 30 feet high
8 – 10′ spread
5 gal pot | $27

Cornus capitata ‘Mountain Moon’

Zone 8a
30′ tall
30′ spread
5 gal pot | $30

Magnolia ‘Honey Tulip’

Zone 5 – 9
20 – 30 feet high
8 – 10′ spread
5 gal pot | $80

Fagus sylvatica ‘Dawyck Gold’

Zone 4-9
50′ tall
6′ – 15′ spread
5 gal pot | $33

Magnolia ‘Fairy Magnolia Cream’

Zone 7b – 11
9′ – 12′  tall
7′ – 9′ spread
5 gal pot | $25

Fagus sylvatica

Zone 4-9
50′ tall
6′ – 15′ spread
5 gal pot | $12

Cercis canadensis ‘The Rising Sun’

Zone 6 – 9
10-15′ tall
10-15′ spread
5 gal pot | $35

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