New England Native Plants that get showy in your fall garden.
Multiflora Rose is an invasive rose shrub that once was considered an ornamental plant introduced for soil erosion control, but in North America is now considered an invasive species.
As caterpillars, Monarchs feed exclusively on the leaves of Asclepias (commonly known as Milkweed), and simply cannot live without it.
Do you really know what a native plant is? Are the plants you see commonly throughout New England really native? Find out now.
Rolling Green Nursery's offers a wide variety of New England native plants and select inventory that does not promote invasive behavior.
You can directly help the Honey Bees, Monarch Butterflies, and Hummingbirds you love so much.
May is when Lilacs take center stage, and wow us once again with their heady fragrance and romantic beauty. Today's cultivars offer differing bloom periods, so you can enjoy their beauty and fragrance for longer.
To celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day, let's take a closer look at the many benefits of trees.