Geraniums are a beautifully colorful and fragrant option to give you all the spring and summer gardening vibes. They have over 250 species, are low maintenance (once you learn their needs), and make a great addition to your garden…
We’re so excited that the Fall weather is here and that the gorgeous Fall flowers are here with it! Ornamental cabbages, Mums, and Pansies are at their beautiful peak season. And with the help of Pinterest, we’ve decided to put together a post to give you some flower inspiration for your garden and landscaping this Fall season.
With the new season of Fall finally here, cooler temperatures are approaching. These shorter days also, unfortunately, brings a season of saying goodbye to our favorite colorful flowers of summer. But take heart dear friends, the season of fall can also provide you with this specific breathtaking beauty, the plant we call the chrysanthemum, or in short, t h e g a r d e n m u m.
It’s almost time… And you all know what we’re talking about… FALL. Cool, crisp temperatures, changing leaves, pumpkins, pansies, mums, and all things Fall. And we have a few tips and tricks for you as you prepare your garden for this glorious Autumn season.
Honey Drizzled Pears with Roasted Walnuts and Goat Cheese
With the savory, melted goat cheese topping the warm, sweet pears, combined with a crunch from the roasted walnuts, this recipe is sure to leave you and your guests going back for seconds, thirds, and maybe fourths? Perfect to be used as an appetizer or a dessert, this mouth-watering Fall recipe is just what you didn’t know you needed for you next gathering.
If you have hot summers like we do, here in Burlington, North Carolina, you understand that not all flowers will measure up to our hot summers. Some flowers just won't hold up to the hot sun, and are too delicate for the heat, like Foxglove, Stock, or Sweet Pea. BUT fear not, because there are still some BEAUTIFUL flowers that THRIVE in the heat. Here are some great suggestions for your flower garden this summer: