I have been working down my list of desires and to-dos. Today, I didn’t join the throngs of merry-makers at various events. And I got quite a bit done. I had planted a Rhamnus ‘Fineline’ a few years ago. Seeing … Continue reading →
This Heather’s bright color was just the right splash for this dullish area. Calluna vulgaris. There were only two available for sale so I couldn’t plant a “group”. But these will get to be 28 inches tall and wide at … Continue reading →
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In approaching pruning this small maple, after listening to my client, my approach is careful. Starting from the back I begin removing stubby branches, dead wood and crossed branches. I do it this way because I know that to begin from … Continue reading →
Persicaria ‘Firetail’ is a shade-tolerant perennial that I adore! Wispy spikes of dark pink, especially in a large clump such as this, are remarkable for many reasons. But especially because this beauty has been blooming for six weeks and is … Continue reading →
While shopping, if I happen upon something quite striking or unusual for the garden, I often buy it. I may not know where it will end up being planted. But I know that good plants don’t go unnoticed, so buy … Continue reading →