Our blog will be going into hiatus. Take a look at this recap of our 2021 activity!
The Refresh series for 2021 ends here, but it may be back next year!
To learn more about these magnificent blooms, visit our post on Peonies. Photos taken in 2021
To learn more about these fragrant flowers, visit our post on Lavender. Photos taken in 2021
With soft, fuzzy leaves and antibacterial properties, Stachys byzantina can be used as a natural bandage.
A popular foliage plant, Jacobaea maritima has stunning silver leaves.
To learn more about this beautiful fire-resistant tree, visit our post on Southern Magnolia. Photos taken in 2021
To learn more about these vibrant flowering shrubs, visit our post on Roses. Photos taken in 2021
To learn more about these elegant pastel flowers, visit our post on Roses. Photos taken in 2021
To learn more about these delicate butterfly-shaped flowers, visit our post on Lindheimer's Beeblossom. Photos taken in 2021
Bold and vivid, the trumpet-shaped flowers of Campsis radicans are a favorite of hummingbirds.
To learn more about these vibrant flowering trees, visit our post on Crapemyrtles.
Silybum marianum may look spiky and intimidating, but it has many health benefits!
To learn more about this wildfire-resistant flower, visit our post on the Fortnight Lily. Photos taken in 2021
A hardy perennial, Centranthus ruber is sometimes known as Jupiter's beard.
To learn more about these sacred aquatic flowers, visit our post on Lotuses. Photos taken in 2021
Dubbed "medieval aspirin," Tanacetum parthenium has been used to treat headaches and fever for centuries.
Phlomis fruticosa features chandelier-like flowers and fuzzy leaves.
To learn more about these beautiful blue flowers, visit our post on Common Agapanthus. Photos taken in 2021
To learn more about these gorgeous pastel blooms, visit our post on Hydrangeas. Photos taken in 2021
Symbolizing immortality, Acanthus mollis is often known more for its impressive leaves rather than its flowers!
Refresh is a new photo series, where we post updates of plants that we previously blogged about.
Beautiful but deadly, Nerium oleander can kill humans and animals when ingested.
Welcome back! Look forward to new blog posts, photos, and graphics!
After two months of A Sprig of Summer, this photo series has come to an end. We hope that it has brought you a bit of hope and joy during these difficult times. As former president Jimmy Carter said: Like music and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or …
Welcome back! We will begin a photo series, a Sprig of Summer.
Amaryllis belladonna's showy blooms rise above the ground on a bare and upright stem.
Hemerocallis lilioasphodelus has edible buds and tubers and a sweet citrus fragrance.
Lagerstoemia not only blooms in vivid red, pinks, and purples but also lasts until autumn.
With vibrant yellow flowers, plants of the genus Helianthus have a world record and a famous painting dedicated to them.
The sweetly-scented flowers of the genus Rosa are famous worldwide for their association with love and beauty.
Begonia cucullata's red flowers and waxy green leaves flourish in warm climates.
Crocosmia's flowers bloom in fiery red. Their stems arch, and their sword-like leaves stand upright.
With a sweet fragrance, Lavandula can even be used to flavor ice cream!
Though resembling an ordinary daisy, Leucanthemum × superbum can be a cross between four different plants.
This strong tasting herb, Foeniculum vulgare, is easy to recognize and can even grow taller than a person.
Imperial palaces, Memorial Day, courage and honor -- these are just a few things Paeonia's gorgeous flowers bring to mind.
A sky blue flower, Myosotis is also a symbol of "eternal remembrance."