Ready to turn that neglected spot in your yard into a beautiful oasis? Read on to learn about the best shade plants, which also happened to be some of the best low-maintenance plants.
Q • When should I be cutting back my perennials? A • Herbaceous perennials can provide an array of interest in our yards year after year owing to their wide variety of form, texture ...
The universal response? They believed them to be annuals. Garden chrysanthemums are actually perennials, hardy in horticultural zone 5 (including Chicago) through zone 9. That means they can ...
But food production does not need to focus on annual cultivation. In fact, there are many benefits to embracing perennial food sources. Perennials are simply plants that grow in your garden over ...
Thanksgiving is coming this week. For the last several years, I have written an annual column on the power of gratitude. I’m really grateful that I get to do that. About 10 years ago, I started ...
I have felt like I should be a member of a sweet potato help group where we join and state emphatically, “Hi I’m Norman and I grow ornamental sweet potatoes as perennial.” The guilt ...
In this piece, I will explore how you can lead your company through a perennial crisis. From identifying the signs of a crisis to developing a plan of action and more, I'll take you through ...
Full disclosure: I wasn’t always a fan of California native plants because, honestly, I didn’t know anything about them. I was too busy being googly eyed over show-stopper ornamentals like roses.
Q: What should I be applying to my perennials this fall? Compost? Phosphorus? Nothing? A: Autumn is the perfect time to apply soil amendments that require time to become effective. I’m thinking ...
"Our findings show perennial rice delivers significant labor and costs savings for farmers. But it needs to be done right – that's why we emphasize promoting perennial rice technology – not ...
Plants use their epigenetic memories to adapt to climate change Date: November 17, 2022 Source: Cell Press Summary: Animals can adapt quickly to survive adverse environmental conditions. Evidence ...
The universal response? They believed them to be annuals. Garden chrysanthemums are actually perennials, hardy in horticultural zones 5-9. That means they can survive winter in roughly half of U.S ...