It’s time to prune, plant and weed for a glorious summer garden
Plant some of these shrubs, perennials, bulbs and vines in your garden for spectacular spring blooms and plenty of material for gorgeous arrangements.
Richmond’s homes and gardens are open this week for the Garden Club of Virginia’s annual Historic Garden Week.
It’s time to prepare your garden for spring by tackling the early spring chores.
Use walls, fences, arbors, trees and shrubs to add vertical interest to your garden.
As I write, greens and flowers are being cut and expertly pulled together into stunning arrangements. Alas, this Thanksgiving I was not able to get my act together to photograph those arrangements. Instead, I’m reposting the first blog I did on Thanksgiving arrangements, in hopes of inspiring you to have some fun with greens and […]
Some of Meg’s favorite drought-tolerant plants
A List of chores for late spring to keep your garden looking beautiful.
The James River Garden Club pulls together some fabulous arrangements filled with cuttings from the spring garden for Historic Garden Week.
Westover, open this Tuesday for Historic Garden Week, is an 18th Century Plantation on the banks of the James River.