Certain Things Happen, Even After 50 Years In The Business

After 50 years in the business, something funny happened; I overwatered my rubber plant one evening. For some odd reason, I felt it was necessary to splash a little more water on this groundcover, which was in full blooming mode in my living room garden and rarely needs any help. I knew that would lead…

Spring Gardening is Around the Corner

Spring is nearly here, and we’re officially on the verge of planting. Before getting into gardening, it’s important to have a plan for each individual planting and get them ready for the Earth. It’s important to prepare a plan so your spring landscape is aesthetically pleasing, which is also the height of gardening success. For…

Learning to Death with Your Plants

It’s as if people are aging and dying in a variety of ways: There are more people becoming Alzheimer’s patients, palliative care patients, and dying prematurely from cancer. Others are homeless, abused or abandoned. More families are living together. Fewer people are taking care of their aging parents or even themselves in their time of…

The Ultimate Indoor Plants for Resilience

Even with the most beautiful blooms and textures, many indoor plants die because they are simply not resilient enough. With the help of an expert, you can ensure that your indoor plants will be around for decades to come. Click here to learn about the many incredible plants that are resilient to this stage of…