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Row of blooming hostas

Are Hostas Edible?

Adding hostas to your landscape brings a host of benefits, but are hostas edible? These perennial plants will come back year after year with the same vigor, to uplift the landscape with its lush green foliage. Flower stalks may appear as well, adding an additional pop of color to the green background. With so many […]

Pink Daylily

When to Divide Daylilies?

Daylilies are colorful, hardy, and low-maintenance perennials that add life to your flower garden. You will mostly see these perennials flourishing in USDA hardiness zones 3-10. These beautiful perennials will continue to produce buds throughout the summer, but each bloom will only last for a day or two. Daylilies are typically easy to care for, […]

Why is my Agapanthus Not Flowering?

The show-stopping flowers of Agapanthus are a spectacle to look forward to every summer. The multiples of lily-shaped flowers burst out in the air like fireworks, defining the summer flower garden. When they don’t show, it is devastating. Agapanthus is a low-maintenance plant, a garden favorite because of its easy-going nature. But, even though they […]

Short-day & Long-day Plants: Photoperiodism

What is photoperiodism? Photoperiodism in plants is the process by which plants use the length of light and darkness to regulate flowering & certain other processes, regardless of the ambient temperature or weather. This blog will teach you the difference in short day plants and long day plants! Photoperiodism is dependent on a plant’s ability […]

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Where are the biggest trees in America?

The state of Florida is well known for preserving its population of native trees, plants and animals. This southern state is made up of four different climatic zones; tropical rainforest, tropical monsoon, tropical savanna, and humid subtropical. The United States has some pretty big trees as well. This blog will tell you more about where […]

spring flowering peach tree

Early Spring Blooming Trees

Among the things we like best about late winter and early spring are blooming trees with flowers and shrubs that proudly announce that summer is just around the corner. We’re not talking about the crape myrtles, southern magnolias, and fringe trees that bloom later in mid-spring and early summer. Dogwoods, redbuds, Japanese magnolias, flowering plums, […]