101 Pollinator Friendly Perennials for Your Garden
Bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds oh my! All gardens need bees and other pollinators to thrive and grow, they are the essential helpers. Hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies may be nice to see in the yard, but are they really that integral to the life of a garden? Pollinators struggle with the loss of diverse habitats, undernourishment, and overall health, but you
A Quick Guide to Invasive Plants in the Garden
What are invasive plant species, and why should you be concerned about them? Invasive plants are non native species that grow quickly and adversely affect the environment. These aggressive growing exotic plants do not occur naturally in certain areas; therefore, they do not have any natural predators or environmental pressures to keep their abundant growth in check. These destructive invasive
How to Plant, Grow and Care for Your Peony
About Peonies - Paeonia Paeonia or peonies are beloved perennials in the garden. As long-lived and low-maintenance garden plants, they deserve a place in every gardening space. Peonies live for over 100 years and will increase in the number of blooms it produces each season. Once peonies are established, they are drought tolerant and can handle a few weeks without water.
The Ultimate Guide to Succession Planting
Having your very own vegetable and fruit garden is so rewarding. There is nothing better than fresh produce that you grew yourself - it tastes so good! One of the best ways to maximize your space and enjoy as much fresh food as possible is by succession planting. By staggering your different crops, you can take the advantage of a