Garden Design Articles
Learn about ways to use white in your garden, along with some plants you can use that have white flowers or foliage.
“Why isn’t my plant showing any signs of life when everything else in my yard is?” you start to wonder. “Is it dead?”
Every year it’s the same… the snow melts and the rose bush in your garden that has been lying dormant all winter springs to life with the hope and promise of summer. You gently lie your soaker hose under it, and comment how lovely it is looking this year. It flirts with the unfurling of tender, green leaves, and soon colorful little buds are sprouting. You give it a sidelong glance…you think this time it will be different.
Garden designer Rochelle Greayer weighs the two options for her driveway edge.
Show your American spirit this summer by planting red, white and blue container recipes for your front porch or patio. It's time to let these star-spangled colors soar!
Click on each recipe name below to view the ingredients and planting plan you'll need to get this look in your own containers.
Whether you are a proud Canadian celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada or just someone who loves red and white flowers, the recipes below will have you feeling festive all summer long. Click on the recipe names below to view the components and how many plants you'll need to get each look.
At Proven Winners, we offer a vast array of annuals including great foliage plants. While flowers are always in demand, we sometimes overlook the interest that foliage plants can bring to a garden. Not only is colorful foliage available, but the texture these plants provide can add drama and depth to your plantings. Not to mention, you will be absolutely amazed by the beautiful garden performance they deliver from spring into fall.
Meet the newest star in our annual lineup! Take a closer look at Supertunia Mini Vista® Pink Star petunia to find ideas for incorporating it into your garden and learn what it needs to thrive.
There is nothing worse than walking out into the garden, only to find that the deer have devoured your favorite plants overnight. Short of installing a nine-foot-tall fence and repeatedly applying repellants, there are few sure cures for the problem, but planting things they don’t prefer to eat will help. Let’s look at 12 plants that deer typically will pass by in your garden in favor of tastier treats down the road.