Lickety Split! Gardening in No Time

Lickety Split! Gardening in No Time

10 Gardening Tips That Will Save You Time

Posted Aug 15, 2014 in Show Me How by Tamara Horne


Gad Zukes! What should be done with all of These Zucchini?

Gad Zukes! What should be done with all of These Zucchini?

At first, your outlook is positive and optimistic. You can make some zucchini bread and share a few with the neighbors. But the zucchini just keeps coming.

Posted Jul 11, 2012 in Show Me How by Jenny Jurgensen


That's The Spirit!

That's The Spirit!

Herb inspired cocktails as well as handcrafted infused liqueurs are gaining popularity and with good reason.

Posted Aug 6, 2013 in The Garden's Edge


Garden of Night Delights…

Garden of Night Delights…

Adding Allure to the Evening Landscape

Posted Aug 27, 2012 in Show Me How by Dawn Sherwood


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Toad Lily (Tricyrtis formosana)

Toad Lily (Tricyrtis formosana)

Toad Lily's starry, orchid-like blooms, with mottled petals, are a late season delight more than worth the wait. Tall stems of glossy, heart-shaped foliage provide a nice backdrop to other shade perennials all summer, then burst into bloom for a late summer and autumn display.…

Dwarf Hinoki Cypress 'Coralliformis' (Chamaecyparis obtusa)

Dwarf Hinoki Cypress 'Coralliformis' (Chamaecyparis obtusa)

Dwarf evergreen prized for its interesting contorted branching habit. Creates a sculptural effect in the landscape that can be enjoyed year round. Excellent drought tolerance once established.

Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa)

Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa)

Native wildflower. Brilliant orange flowers attract butterflies to the garden. Blooms are followed by decorative fruit. The only Asclepias species to have clear sap and alternate leaves.

Tomatillo, Mexican Husk Tomato 'Grande Rio Verde' (Physalis ixocarpa)

Tomatillo, Mexican Husk Tomato 'Grande Rio Verde' (Physalis ixocarpa)

Particularly disease resistant ‘Grande Rio Verde’ produces high yields of plump 3 ounce Tomatillos. Tucked away in papery husks, the smooth, sweet yet tangy flavored fruits are especially great for use in Mexican cuisine, green salsas and pies. Plant 'Grande Rio Verde' along with…


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