Great Plant Combinations

Great Plant Combinations

One of the things I enjoy most about garden tours and visiting botanical gardens is looking for intriguing plant combinations. Occasionally you see two plants together that absolutely pop. They make make both plants look better and more interesting. I saw this plant combination of Hakonechloa macra ‘Aureola’ and an unknown orange lily together in Minneapolis and it still stands out in my mind as a stunning plant combination.   I was very fortunate to have the privilege to present at the 2016 EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival. It was during this weekend that I came across this plant combination at EPCOT. I stopped, in the pouring rain, and took several photos as Mike and I hurried it find lunch.     Later in the day the talented Ms.… Read Full Post
Save Money by Planting Bromeliad Pups

Save Money by Planting Bromeliad Pups

Bromeliads are one of the plants that I find to be perfectly Florida. I love the variety of colors and textures, sizes and heights, and different growth habits for every nook and cranny in the garden. Whether full sun or deep shade, there is a bromeliad for that part of the landscape. Why Plant Bromeliad Pups? One thing about bromeliads is they can be fairly pricey to purchase. But, if you can find someone with an old garden then there are often more bromeliads to share than they may have friends. But until you find that treasured neighbor with a plethora of plants to share, buying bromeliads can be expensive. One way to cut down on that cost is to purchase bare root plants or “pups.”  … Read Full Post
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