Tag Archives: perennial
Elephant ears can provide your landscape a tropical feel and grow wonderfully in part shade!
My husband and I finally found a hardy plant for our large centerpiece terracotta pot that is both beautiful in bloom and also when not – African Iris. We live in Hardiness Zone 8a which means our temps can dip … Continue reading
I recently came across another perfectly colored and timed blooming plant for fall: Tecomaria capensis or, the commonly known, Cape Honeysuckle. It all started when, on the way home from a family Colorado road trip last June, we stopped in … Continue reading
As I was browsing the floral department of my local grocery store for fresh tulips, I saw the cutest display of potted “shamrocks” all dressed up for St. Patrick’s Day. I had to purchase one for my office of course … Continue reading
I’m again posting a new article in the midst of transferring text from my former blog hosting site. This might be the trend for a little while as I’m attempting to write about items that are timely to the seasons … Continue reading