Here’s an image we just snapped of one of the craziest canna lilies we grow…Canna ‘Cleopatra’. The purple and green random leaf patterns (chimeras) are stably unstable. When the color splits the leaf, the same thing happens on the flower … Continue reading
Also loving moist soils in the garden is our native Canna flaccida…yes, there are native canna lilies. Most folks grow Canna flaccida for the bright yellow flowers, but the seed pods that top the plant now are simply exquisite. When … Continue reading
Here’s a fun combination in the garden today where we used the airy ornamental grass, Sporobolus wrightii as a backdrop for the bold texture of Canna ‘Australia’. You’ll see this and more if you drop by this weekend for the … Continue reading
Add summer color to your patio, pool or deck with perennial container gardens. There are many great summer blooming perennials that work well in containers and provide a pop of color even if you have limited garden space to plant. … Continue reading
Here are some decorative seed pods from the garden this week.
More seed pods and fruit from the gardens.
Day 2 of our Winter Open Nursery & Garden Days… Rain or Shine! Our expert staff are in the gardens and sales area to answer all your gardening questions. Be sure to join us today at 10am for our free … Continue reading
Sixty is the new Thirty It doesn’t seem possible, but both Anita and I hit the big 60 this year. During my youth, I entertained occasional thoughts about what old age would be like, and wondering if I’d actually make … Continue reading
We’re currently accepting application for two key positions, Nursery/Greenhouse Grower and Nursery Manager. We’re looking for just the right person who shares our passion for plants, people, and high quality. You can find out more on our website, so if … Continue reading
Canna lilies are a great addition to your sunny summer garden or rain garden. Their large bold leaves come in a variety of colors and variegation patterns, and provide the perfect foil for brightly colored flowers from orange, to brilliant … Continue reading