Not enough color in your landscape? Consider adding these pops of reds, yellows and whites to compliment your existing landscape for the fall and winter months.
Are your Daylillies and Irises not blooming as much as they use to ? Know as the “Workhorses” of the garden they do require a little TLC once in a while. When they don’t bloom as much it means they are crowded and need to be thinned out (divided). Thin your beds either in late
Early Fall with warm days and cool nights makes shrub planting the perfect time. It gives the shrubs time to spread their roots before their winter nap and then they will bring color to your yard in early spring through next fall. Here are a few to consider: Knockout Roses plant them in a spot