A Week At Keukenhof

A Week At Keukenhof

Every year we visit the The Netherlands and spend a significant time at Keukenhof in Lisse. If you have not been to the world’s largest garden, you must put this showcase of Dutch flower blooms on your bucket list. TheRead More

Daffodils - Spring's Sunshine

Daffodils – Spring’s Sunshine

Narcissus, or daffodils, are a stunning and simple way to add a breath of fresh air to your spring gardens. Hardy and cold tolerant, daffodil bulbs that were planted last fall are blooming and thriving in many areas right now.Read More

Blooming Now - Crocus and Tulips

Blooming Now – Crocus and Tulips

Right now spring gardens are in full bloom (or will be in bloom soon). While planning has to happen months in advance, inspiration happens while bulbs are blooming! The best way to get the most out of your garden season is toRead More

Daffodil Bulbs for Landscaping

Daffodil Bulbs for Landscaping

Nature presents us with the gift of daffodils every spring. Cold, wet and rainy weather doesn’t bother these cheery, spring-blooming bulbs. No matter where you grow daffodil bulbs, they always bloom right on schedule, bringing the promise of warmer days to come! Daffodils areRead More

Magnificent Muscari - Blooming Now!

Magnificent Muscari – Blooming Now!

Commonly known as grape hyacinths, muscari are small flowers that are big on style. These fall-planted bulbs produce charming spring flowers in beautiful hues of blue and purple. They are perfect for containers, borders and combine well with most other spring-blooming flowers and plants. Muscari in theRead More

Oh No DEER...Not Here!

Oh No DEER…Not Here!

If deer are causing problems in your yard and garden, here are some ways to protect your plants. Home Remedies Natural repellents like dish soap, cayenne pepper, sour milk, garlic and rotten eggs are ingredients some gardeners use to repel deer (althoughRead More