The ABC’s Of Deadheading And Why It Produces More Flowers

Regular deadheading ensures the blooms keep coming all season long

Ever been frustrated by a beautiful plant that suddenly stops blooming? It’s time for a haircut. Regular deadheading is an essential practice in the life of a garden. Not only does it keep plants looking neat, but it encourages more blooms over a longer period of time. There’s nothing quite like getting a plant to re-flower that looks like it’s called it quits for the season. Continue reading

How to Keep Your Potted Plants In Shape All Summer

It’s that time of year again when we all head out to purchase summer flowers to plant in pots. And they all start out looking gorgeous. But, in no time the blooms fade and the stems turn long and leggy. As a garden designer, I find that this is one of the most frequent questions I am asked: What can I do to keep my potted plants in shape all summer? Continue reading