Seed saving is a time-honored way to preserve flowers and vegetables from year to year. Save seed from your favorite plants, with just a few simple steps.
Annual geraniums bloom with big bold colors an entire season’s worth of summer garden. The colors will bring Wow to your garden, whether lined up side-by-side to edge a planting bed, potted in window boxes, or made part of mixed-plant combinations. Anywhere, annual geraniums will make your garden smile.
Fall planted bulbs reward the gardener with early spring garden color. Select firm bulbs and plant in shallow holes before the ground becomes too cold.
Alliums are a common food plant, but Giant Alliums are fairly new to the decorative garden. Easy to grow, these colorful globes look like Truffula Trees!
Amaryllis and Hippeastrum are closely related genera of plants that produce large flowers on the end of smooth stems. Most are grown as houseplants.
Perennial geraniums lay down a carpet of lacy foliage that produces a substantial groundcover in a landscape. Use the hardy plant to cover bare spots in a planting bed or to attract butterflies to a cottage garden.
Intermediate Daffodils are a somewhat recent classification to bridge flower sizes between the small and the large. They are useful as a hybridizing bridge.
Coffee is an international favorite. Growing a tree in temperate climates is easy and makes for an attractive house plant. Propagation and care is easy.
Strabo’s Garden was the first properly documented Mediaeval monastic garden and in it we have an insight into monastic gardening in the ninth century.
With over 25000 different daffodils to choose from it can be difficult to find a reliable source of local bulbs without accessing a local club for help.