Category Archives: Plant of the Month

Plant of the Month: Sasanqua Camellias

Camellias are one of our favorite plants. Gorgeous dark green leafed evergreens that bloom large pink, white or red flowers during the colder months of the year. Camellia Sasanquas flower from late fall to early winter. Slow growing, they average 4’-10’ at maturity (depending on variety) but can be maintained with periodic pruning to fit […]

Plant of the Month – Cool Season Annuals

If you’re looking for something to brighten your gardens, containers and hanging baskets during winter, cool season annuals are here to save the day! These plants are the perfect choice for replacing your summer annuals as they begin to die-back in fall, and they’ll last straight through winter until it starts heating up in spring! […]

Plant of the Month: Salvia

Also known as Meadow Sage, Salvia is a type of sage grown for its eye-catching spikes of flowers. Most of these hardy perennials begin blooming in mid to late spring, with their flower spikes lasting for weeks. Deadheading spent flowers usually results in a second flush of flowers in late summer that last through fall. […]