Orchids are easy to obsess over. Who hasn’t been preoccupied with a phalaenopsis at one point? Had some cattleyas floating around the back of your head?… ►
This #FlashbackFriday we’re taking you all the way back…to December. We were on the East Coast for the holidays. That day we’d gotten coffee at Little Zelda and bagels at Nagle’s Bagels before going to visit my lovely grandmother in Flatbush/Ditmas Park—where she’s lived in the same apartment since the late 1970s!… ►
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?… ►
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.… ►