|Silk Road Lilies Are the Tallest in my Garden|
By Newyorkrita, July 7, 2015
Do you want flowers with a haunting perfume that drifts through the garden? I recommend Silk Road.
|Marvelous Martagons: Lilies for the Landscape|
By magnolialover, July 6, 2015
In recent years, the use of the martagon lily in the landscape has made a bit of a comeback. For years, martagons had been given a bad reputation of being difficult to grow and too expensive. As a result, they became more difficult to obtain. As we celebrate lily week, we will take a look at these beautiful, graceful lilies that are perfect for the woodland setting. We celebrate their comeback and availability in commerce and we will share tips for planting them and ensuring their success.
|The Top Lilies|
By dave, July 5, 2015
We open the Lilies Celebration Week with a look at the top cultivars, top comments, most thumbed images, and more!
|Celebrating 4 Years of All Things Plants|
By dave, July 4, 2015
Time has surely flown. Today we celebrate our 4th anniversary on the web, and we're throwing a party! We invite you to join in the celebration and get a chance for a huge acorn giveaway!
|More Room To Hang Plants|
By SarasotaPatty, July 3, 2015
With almost 200 orchids and lots of other plants, I am always running out of room and looking for creative ways to hang more plants.
|ATP Podcast #91: Crepe Myrtles|
By dave, July 2, 2015
There is no flowering shrub in the south that is more ubiquitous and more loved than the mighty crepe myrtle, and that's what we're going to talk about on this episode. Dave will share the history, talk about the new exciting cultivars, and share tips on how to grow it.
|Cypress Vine and Cardinal Climber Attract Hummingbirds|
By Newyorkrita, July 1, 2015
It's what every garden needs: a climbing plant that attracts hummingbirds.
|Announcing the winners of the June 2015 Not-a-Raffle Raffle!|
By dave, June 30, 2015
Let's hold our drawing and see who won!
|Wild Iris Rows|
By Sharon, June 29, 2015
I stood on a little knoll and looked around me. It was like nothing I'd ever seen, acres and acres of color spread out like a treasured old patchwork quilt made of random shapes and sizes. It was pieced together with strips of green and shades of brown that gently covered the rolling hills. It was an iris farm and every plant seemed to be blooming in glorious color!
|Use a Hose To Spray Off Pests the Organic Way|
By Boopaints, June 28, 2015
Use the hose to spray vines off in the early mornings. It helps get rid of pests without having to use chemicals.
|Growing Fuchsias as Standards|
By midnight21, June 27, 2015
Start with a cutting that still has its growing tip. Put in a small cane to support it as it grows. Keep potting on so that it does not get pot-bound.
|Hostas Celebration Week Wrap Up|
By dave, June 26, 2015
Hostas week is at an end and we had a lot of fun. Let's take a look at some of the highlights of the event.
|Hosta Information and Growing Tips|
By Trish, June 25, 2015
Fun, interesting, and helpful tidbits about Hostas.
|More Than Just a Sea of Green|
By Paul2032, June 24, 2015
There was a time when the Hostas available to the average gardener were predominantly shades of green with an occasional one that was gold or bluish. That is not true today, as the work of some dedicated hybridizers and mutations from Mother Nature have given us a wider palette of hosta colors to choose from. Careful selection of some of the lovely cultivars available today can make the Hosta Garden something more than a sea of green.
|Add a Splash of Color to Your Hosta Garden|
By Paul2032, June 23, 2015
It goes without saying that tastes vary. Hosta purists might recoil at the addition of a strong primary color to the cool blues, greens, and golds in their garden. To others, including me, the judicious addition of a splash of strong color to a mature planting can add excitement and visual interest.
|Companion Plants for the Hosta Garden|
By Paul2032, June 22, 2015
Hostas come in a great variety of colors, sizes, forms, and textures. A shady bed featuring only a number of well-chosen Hosta cultivars can provide great visual interest, but the addition of some companion plants can add to the overall beauty and diversity.
|Hostas Are Wonderful in Containers|
By Paul2032, June 21, 2015
Planting some Hostas in containers can bring wonderful variety to the garden. It also allows plants to be enjoyed on a patio or other shaded area where they can't go directly into the ground. A potted plant can also bring interest to a bed of Hostas. Give it a try.
|Let's Celebrate Hostas!|
By dave, June 20, 2015
We open the Hostas Celebration Week with a look at the top cultivars, top comments, most thumbed images, and more!
|Homemade Self-Watering Container|
By booneatl, June 19, 2015
Here is a cheap and easy way to make your own self-watering container for your vegetables and other plants.
|Goji Berry, a Xeriscapic, Easy To Grow and Good for You Shrub|
By dave, June 18, 2015
I've been growing Gojiberries for several years now and have been so successful, I wanted to share this plant with everyone. If you've never grown this useful shrub, this article will motivate you to make it happen.
|Old Bricks Get New Life in the Garden|
By Cookies4kids, June 17, 2015
It isn't often that we think of using old bricks in our gardens, but they add beauty and lots of interest if we give them a chance!!!
|Alternative to Coir Basket Liners|
By rosesse, June 16, 2015
Trish said in a recent podcast that she dislikes coir liners for baskets. So do I!
|How To Turn Brown Grass into Green Grass|
By Rhapsody616, June 15, 2015
Tired of brown grass? Try this formula!
|The June 2015 Not-A-Raffle-Raffle!|
By dave, June 13, 2015
Time for another raffle and this time, the ticket buying window will be open for a bit over 2 weeks. Come on in, check out the prizes, buy your tickets and have fun!
|Clematis Celebration Week Wrap Up|
By dave, June 12, 2015
Another great week of celebration is coming to a close. Let's have a look at some of the highlights from the week.