Seasonal planting of annual and perennials.

Annuals - Plants that perform their entire life cycle from seed to flower to seed within a single growing season. All roots, stems and leaves of the plant die annually. Only the dormant seed bridges the gap between one generation and the next.

 

Perennials - Plants that persist for many growing seasons. Generally the top portion of the plant dies back each winter and regrows the following spring from the same root system (e.g. Purple Coneflower). Many perennial plants do keep their leaves year round and offer attractive borders and groundcover

Spring

Welcome back to the garden – and a new growing season! Take a look at what our gardening experts recommend you try in your landscape – from garden tasks to spring-loving plants.

Summer

Make your garden sizzle with summer-loving species, and learn how to keep your plants happy in the heat of summer.

Fall

It’s time for rich autumn hues, crisp apples and a slight chill in the air. But don’t throw in the trowel just yet – there’s still time to fall into a few more gardening tasks before winter arrives!

Winter

Whether you live in a warm climate or are stuck indoors while the weather outside is frightful, keep your green thumb active over winter – from planting to planning.