Mar 24, 2017
Winning combinations come easy when you take color cues from plant details: buds, bark, stems, veins, flowers, and foliage are rich with clues. Leaves and blooms — even those that on first glance appear monochromatic — often have lots of variation. Take a close look at stems, stamens, or peer into a flower's eyes, and you'll see what I mean. ..
Mar 17, 2017
Mulling a DIY weekend garden project and coming up with a case of the blank slate blues? Even the most experienced gardeners occasionally have a hard time knowing exactly where to start when tackling a new project. ..
Mar 10, 2017
Ready for spring? Me too! I'm anxiously monitoring the fattening buds of my favorite spring bloomers as I take my daily garden strolls—between rain showers! ..
Mar 03, 2017
I'm a plant lover, just like you, so I'm inclined to experiment with new varieties as they come to market, and you'll find them included in some of our combos. That said, though, eGardenGo isn’t an exhaustive directory of every plant available on the nursery shelves — have you counted how many varieties of pink-toned echinacea, burgundy heuchera, or dwarf red-leaf maples there are out there? So, what to do if you can't locate that exact variety in your local market? Is the combo a bust? Absolutely not. These four tips will help you make substitutions that maintain the integrity of the combo, tell a story in keeping with the combo you’re trying to recreate, and keep you in the game. ..
Feb 17, 2017
The current trend toward simpler, tidier gardens points toward using a more restricted palette of plants. While landing on a small number of plants to use in your garden can be an effective means of achieving a cohesive whole, simplicity is not necessarily simple to achieve. But there are at least three good reasons to consider limiting yourself in this way when creating your garden. ..
Feb 17, 2017
I'm thrilled and honored to be included in the Winter 2017 issue of Pacific Horticulture magazine, a fantastic publication for west coast gardeners. Excerpts of the current issue are available online but members receive the full publication as a print magazine, packed with excellent information for west coast gardeners and presented in gorgeous layouts. ..
Feb 14, 2017
Feb 10, 2017
Even a common, ubiquitous plant can be elevated by its association with a complementary partner — just like two musicians, each player adds perfectly-timed contributions of foliage, flower, fragrance, or other pleasing attribute, and the song is made. ..
Feb 03, 2017
Small lots, big houses—whatever the reason, outdoor space is often at a premium in the typical urban plot. Our appetite for smaller garden plants is not slowing down, but lucky for us, our friends in the nursery trade have responded by introducing a bevy of compact and slow-growing plants. ..
Jan 27, 2017
These easy-care perennials may be low-maintenance, but they are high value assets when it comes to creating garden vignettes that will look fantastic in your garden month after month — they give, give, give, and ask for so little in return! All of the perennials on this list will thrive on a well-timed, once-a-year maintenance task. The secret is in knowing what to do, when to do it, and what clues to look for to help figure it out. ..
Jan 20, 2017
Among the most common garden challenges homeowners encounter when landscaping their homes is the need to create privacy, screen an unsightly view, or divide outdoor spaces into distinct living areas. Selecting the right plants for the job is essential to ensure success and these five tips will get you going in the right direction. ..
Jan 13, 2017
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