I wrote about Hydrangeas in September and barely scratched the surface on all there is to say about these beautiful flowering shrubs. There are a number of different types of Hydrangea, both flowering as shrubs and vines, a genus of some 100 species. This month I am focusing on Hydrangea Paniculata, commonly called Panicle Hydrangea. […]
I would have to say that 9 out of 10 clients tell me they want hydrangeas in their garden. Everyone LOVES hydrangeas. Some who have done their research may even go as far as telling what variety of Hydrangea they want. And then there are the people who just say, “I want the blue ones”. […]
Mandevilla Flowers It’s that time again, blog time. You see, I have a wonderful person who is peripherally involved in my company. I met her when I was first starting out in this business. I was working on a garden here in town and she was doing work for the family that owned the home. […]
Art in Bloom, a signature celebration of the Montclair Art Museum, took place this past week. It is a biennial festival of floral designs inspired by the works of art at the museum and this year was the 10th anniversary. Forty-nine designers took part and the creativity was overflowing.
I know the title of this post would sound odd to most, especially after the harsh winter and early spring snow storms we had. Below zero temperatures in January and destructive blizzards in March and I’m talking about fall planting? Of course, there is a method to my madness and the title to this post […]