Crocus winter flowering happens in temperate regions. It is not uncommon to see their white, yellow and purple heads surrounded by late snow. Will snow hurt crocus blooms? This article explains more about crocus cold hardiness.
Hyacinth is usually a carefree bulb that flower every spring for several years with minimal attention. If yours aren’t cooperating, there are several reasons for this frustrating failure to flower. This article will help keep them blooming each year.
It’s probably a safe guess that you have never heard of Katuk Sweetleaf shrubs. That is, of course, unless you have spent a lot of time or are a native of Southeast Asia. So, what is Katuk Sweetleaf shrub? Read this article to learn more.
Muscadine grapes are indigenous to the Southeastern United States. Native Muscadine grapevine plantings have been cultured for over 400 years for use in wine making, pies and jellies. Learn how to grow these grapes here.
Yuccas are arid region plants that are extremely adaptable to the home landscape. They are popular for their striking swordlike foliage. The plants infrequently bloom, but when they do, they develop oval seed pods. Learn how to propagate them here.
Strawflower is a heatloving, droughttolerant plant valued for its charming, strawlike blooms in bright shades. Learn more about growing this annual plant in the article that follows. Click here for more info.
There is no mistaking leaf gall on camellias. The leaves are most affected, exhibiting twisted, thickened tissue and pinkishgreen coloring. What is camellia leaf gall? Read the article that follows to find out more about this problem.
The explosion of blooms on a rhododendron in spring is a sight like no other, but when you get more fizzle than pop, you may think something’s wrong. This article explains some of the common reasons that rhododendrons fail to show.
The totem pole cactus is one of those marvels of nature you just have to see to believe. This slow growing cactus is easy to grow as a houseplant or outdoors in zones 9 to 11. Some tips on how to grow totem pole cactus follow in this article.
There’s something magical about a terrarium, a miniature landscape tucked into a glass container. Building a terrarium is easy, inexpensive and allows plenty of opportunities for creativity and selfexpression for gardeners of all ages. Learn more here.
I love beets, but I do not love prepping them to be cooked. I am not fond of the way it imparts its color to other roasting veggies. But fear not. There is another beet out there – the golden beet. So, what are golden beets? Find out here.