As caterpillars, Monarchs feed exclusively on the leaves of Asclepias (commonly known as Milkweed), and simply cannot live without it.
First Editions are hardy, unique, and beautiful new plant varieties that are rigorously tested for outstanding landscape performance, ease of care, and pest and disease resistance. Visit our display to see this year's new introductions.
Many gardeners love Phlox because of their prolonged bloom phases, easy maintenance, and versatility in the garden. Learn about the three types of Phlox, and the benefits they bring to the garden.
Clematis and Rose are a winning combination in any garden, playing together through many seasons. And with these two as a pair, you can grow vertically, up an obelisk, trellis, or arbor, to create a stunning focal point in your landscape.
New England gardeners most often value evergreens for their ability to serve as a four-season privacy screen from neighbors. Good evergreens make good neighbors!