From veggies to flowers this is a large and diverse family!
A classic symbol of beauty and balance.
Check out the details on this old favorite, sometimes called by the common name of Cherry Pie.
Tuck a few of these into the landscape to brighten your winter!
'Pinkie' is a real beauty for beastly growing conditions. This plant can tolerate heat, drought and sun and still look fabulous through all the seasons. The glossy, evergreen foliage looks great year-round and is a welcome sight in the winter landscape when the foliage takes on a red…
An amazingly tough, yet attractive houseplant! The ZZ plant is perfectly at home in low light situations allowing for greenery and clean air benefits in any room! The dark green foliage complements any décor and will grow lush and thick when the plant's soil is kept moist and never…
Clementines (also known as Mandarin oranges, Satsuma oranges or tangerines) produce small, thin-skinned fruit with a wonderful sweet flavor. Most often eaten freshly peeled, the small slices are very popular for adding to lettuce, gelatin, or mixed fruit salads. Mandarin trees are…
This kale has been popular for centuries and is known by a variety of common names. “Dinosaur Kale” reflects the deeply textured, crinkly foliage that - with some imagination - looks like a dinosaur’s skin. “Lacinato” also refers to the “cut” surface of the leaves and…
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