Tag Archives: Heuchera

Creative Fall Containers Start With Foliage Plants

Creative fall containers start with great foliage plant selections. Set the stage in the fall with plant choices that will last all season long and save on your gardening budget with foliage plants that last. Continue reading

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Labyrinth Plantings

Last year, I posted about installing a stone labyrinth for a client.  We started in the fall, worked through the winter, and just finished up the spring plantings. Go to Healing Labyrinth-Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3, to see how I created … Continue reading

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Little Cuties Are A Rainbow Of Colors

I post a lot about miniature gardens and accessories and am always looking for different plants to set these gardens off. I found a series of miniature plants that sport stunning color combos for 2013! They are called ‘Little Cutie’ Coral Bells. … Continue reading

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Container Fever in the Winter

Start with Perennials A few daffs are blooming, I started feeding sugar syrup to the bees, and it is mud season here in Maryland, but I am already getting the itch which I can only satisfy by making up some early containers.  Most … Continue reading

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50 Shades of Black

Black is Beautiful For my updated post on black flowers, check out Black Goes With Everything. There has been an explosion of black flowers and foliage in the past couple of years in the gardening world.  It started out as a … Continue reading

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