Color, color, color is what it’s all about come springtime! Here are ten new vibrant annual plants that are sure to cure the wintertime blues—all available now for pre-order here. (Are you as excited as we are about Supertunia Vista® Bubblegum’s new sister?) #1 – Superbells® Blackcurrant Punch™ Calibrachoa For major WOW! power, try this
Garden Blog – Category: Heidi’s Plant Picks
HEIDI’S TOP 5 NEW PLANTS FOR 2020 Summerific® ‘Candy Crush’ rose mallow Hibiscus While you are spending your time indoors playing Candy Crush Saga this winter, be sure to check out our new ‘Candy Crush’ rose mallow. We guarantee it is way more fun than swapping candy squares on a game board! We’ve been waiting
When it’s time to start “growing up”, fill your trellises, obelisks and arches with gorgeous vining clematis. Each one is prettier than the next, so we’ve narrowed our list of 70+ cultivars down to five of Heidi’s favorites. Take a look, and find helpful growing tips too, in today’s blog.
Succulents are so popular right now for any age group. Whether for home décor, the office or even in your dorm room or apartment, succulents are easy to grow and fun to have around.
Garden Crossings has just released a large selection of succulent planters with a wide assortment of colors and textures.
Creating a Habitat For The Monarchs
There has been alot of talk over the past few years about the decline of habitat for the Monarch Butterfly thus resulting in fewer and fewer Monarch butterflies. As a gardener myself, and if you are reading this you probably are also, let’s do our part by creating our own Monarch habitat in our garden spaces.
Lobularia ‘Dark Knight’
An amazing plant that performs all summer long, Lobularia ‘Dark Knight’ is a standout new annual for 2015! In several applications such as in garden beds and combination designs, ‘Dark Knight’ added that superb splash of light I was hoping for.
The Lupine Story
On days when I am working in the retail garden center at Garden Crossings, I will often get asked “What is your favorite perennial?”. To that my response is “Every week something different is flowering so it is hard to choose a favorite.’ But with that being said I do have one that reminds me of hope for each new season.
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