These small hydrangeas stay under 3-4', but don't skimp on those huge flowers you crave.
To extend the summer season, and enjoy the garden as long as possible, here are some plants with stunning late-season berries, blooms, and plumes.
What should you put in containers, window boxes, and beds to make them last all spring and summer, and maybe even into early fall? Here are our top picks.
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.