(credit:  Phran Novelli)

Refreshing Your Garden

First everything bloomed early, then it got incredibly hot and a lot of plants just plain fried. Now you’ve got browned leaves, spent stems that withered and flopped, and perennials that pooped out weeks ago. Give them a haircut.


(credit: Phran Novelli)

Signs of Summer Survive The Fall

Whatever the reason, when I have to be wrapped up in fleece just to face the garden on a frosty fall morning, it’s highly satisfying to find summer flowers still flourishing.


Flock to the Nursery for Phlox

by KYW’s Phran Novelli Oooh, you’ve got to get some Phlox.  Phlox paniculata – also known as ‘Garden Phlox’ or ‘Tall Phlox,’ is a perennial with big, poofy flower heads, in colors from zappy shades […]