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Layered Bulb Pot for Longer Lasting Blooms

From GARDEN ANSWER in OREGON What I used in the large pot: 10- ‘Negrita’ Tulips 12- Tete a Tete Daffodils 12- Dutch Iris 5- 4″ Violas 2- 4″ Dusty Miller (Would have used three if I had another one! 🙂 Red Twig Dogwood Branches What I used in the smaller pot: 10-‘Flaming Flag’ Tulips 10- ‘Tete a …Read more »

How to Grow Daffodils

NEW HAVEN, CT From Eric Larson, director of Yale’s Marsh Botanical Garden, for Garden Clips Daffodils seem to be synonymous with ‘spring,’ providing color and movement in the spring breeze, and in some cases wonderful fragrance. Neither a late snowfall nor a light frost deter them, nor do deer, rabbit, squirrel or groundhog relish the …Read more »

How to Naturalize with Daffodils

NEWTOWN, CT Landscape Designer John W. Holden shows you how to naturalize Daffodils when planting. John has a U. CONN degree in Ornamental Horticulture and over 25 years of experience in the field of landscape design and landscaping. The three tips John uses are: 1) Plant in staggered rows. 2) Plant less bulbs as you …Read more »

Spring Planting: How to Plant a Bulb

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS MAGAZINE Bulbs are the best way to get color from spring plants. Plant these bulbs in the fall for great blooms in the spring — tulip, allium, hyacinth, crocus, daffodil, and grape hyacinth. At its most basic, planting a bulb consists of digging a hole, placing the bulb in the hole …Read more »

Plant Bulbs in your Lawn

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS MAGAZINE Want a colorful lawn landscape that comes back year after year? Try planting naturalizing bulbs in your lawn rather than in flower beds. Watch as BHG shows you how to plant bulbs in your lawn. Crocus is the best of bulbs to plant — it usually blooms before lawns need …Read more »

Small-Garden Design, Part 1: Townhouse Front Yard Garden

GREENBELT, MD Video description from Garden Clips: Susan Harris of Garden Rant shows us her small townhouse front yard garden. Susan removed the existing lawn and put in a small patio to serve as a seating area. She planted the surrounding beds with easy-to-care-for perennials and potted annuals and provided a sense of enclosure with arborvitaes …Read more »

Armitage on Coreopsis verticillata

ATHENS, GEORGIA By Dr. Allan Armitage,  most recently of the University of Georgia.

Armitage on Joe Pye Weed

ATHENS, GEORGIA By Dr. Allan Armitage,  most recently of the University of Georgia.

Armitage on Phlox paniculata (Garden Phlox)

ATHENS, GEORGIA By Dr. Allan Armitage,  most recently of the University of Georgia.

The Family Garden at Johnson Wildflower Center

AUSTIN, TX At the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. In November 2015, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center received the John Covert Watson Award for Vision from the Children in Nature Collaborative of Austin. This short video was produced to show how the center’s new Luci and Ian Family Garden is transforming the center and …Read more »

How to Transplant Bare-Root Native Plants

AUSTIN, TX From the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Wendy Redding, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center horticulturist shares her tips for having success when planting bare-root natives in six easy steps. Find these 6 steps highlighted in the Spring 2011 Wildflower Magazine.

Stories from Garden Design Magazine – Autumn 2016

GARDEN DESIGN MAGAZINE Garden Design’s managing editor, Justine, chats about the intent of Fresh. She discusses some of the stories included in the Fresh section of the Autumn 2016 issue of the magazine: how to save seeds, a book excerpt, the science behind what makes apples crispy, and a plant expert’s plant pick.