Russian sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia) and lavender (Lavandula spp.) are both perennial plants that are known for their fragrant foliage and attractive flowers. Continue reading
There could be a number of reasons why your plant’s leaves are turning black. Some possible causes include: Continue reading
Tomato leaves can curl for a number of reasons, including environmental stress, pests, and diseases. Here are some common causes of tomato leaf curling and what you can do about them: Continue reading
There are a few reasons why the leaves on your camellia might be turning yellow. Here are some common causes: Continue reading
Dwarf Alberta spruce (Picea glauca ‘Conica’) is a small, conical-shaped evergreen tree that is often used as a landscape plant. It is known for its slow growth rate, and can reach a mature height of 6-10 feet with a spread of 3-6 feet. Continue reading
The Snow Queen Pothos (also known as the Variegated Pothos or the Devil’s Ivy) is a popular houseplant known for its variegated leaves and easy care. It is a trailing plant with heart-shaped leaves that are green and white in color. The Snow Queen Pothos is native to the tropical regions of Asia and is a member of the Araceae family. Continue reading
There are several possible reasons why ivy leaves might turn black. Some of the most common causes include environmental stress, diseases, pests, and overwatering.
Bihou Japanese Maple
Bihou offers a fantastic selection of tiny sizes. It has a 10 foot height and a 6 foot width. However, it will be smaller within a container.
Pro: Medium Size
Bloodgood Japanese maples can eventually reach 15 20 maybe even 25 feet in height and probably 15 feet in width. Like most Japanese maples Bloodgood is definitely very cold hardy. You can grow all the way, it was on five and then down to zone 8. Continue reading
If there’s one garden plant that immediately upon seeing it conjures up romantic nostalgia besides things like peonies and lilacs and also roses then, of course, it has to be lavender and this is a selected form of the so-called English lavender. Continue reading