Who has experience growing primroses? We’re new to the primrose party, but here’s an early observation: They are thirsty beauties.
Housed in the Primula genus, the primrose is a perennial semi-evergreen native to northern Africa and southwestern Asia.… ►
A sign that warmer days are around the corner: the Early Spring 2016 issue of Country Gardens is out! And guess whose L-shaped garden received some love?… ►
Last week, I graduated from grad school. And I credit my MFA in large part to…our rosemary.
Out of all the fragrant flora Ryan and I grow, rosemary’s aroma is our favorite.… ►
Sure, we can grow camellias in Southern California, but our camellias will never burst against a tangy orange bald cypress, and you won’t find them lingering beneath the edges of ancient live oaks draped with Spanish moss. … ►
A long time ago in a garden far, far away….
The Rebel Alliance was traveling on a Rebel ship through the Sluis sector of Outer Rim Territories.… ►
Ryan and I are really into wreaths. Something about the portable greenery and the O shape just screams “Liiiife!” to us.… ►
What do you get the garden lover who has everything?
Trick question. Plant fans — so curious by nature — will never stop looking for the next exciting bud, blossom or frond.… ►
If House Horticult had a sigil, it would probably be a succulent. What kind of succulent? We’re not sure yet. And after last Saturday’s visit to Waterwise Botanicals, we’re no closer to making a decision! … ►
Black lava rocks lying beside bands of turquoise water are right up our (#beachgoth-loving) alley, but after a few days of beach hopping in Kona, we wanted to feel a bit more…ensconced in greenery.… ►
Dappled with Japanese maples and scented by white mollis azaleas, the Mackler family garden sits on three-quarters of an acre in Takoma Park, Maryland.… ►