The next time you want to dress up your dinner plate, try edible flowers. Blogger Diane LaSauce grows chive in her garden and uses the pretty blossoms to garnish salads and entrees. Click through for her recipes using chive flowers in pasta and with crispy tortillas and eggs. #RealEstateBuzz
CLEMATIS - The most challenging aspect of growing clematis vines is learning when to prune them. Pruning at the right time will promote optimum blooming. Following is a list of the clematis vines we are offering this year. They can be planted from now until mid-October. To make your life easier, I have included pruning information for each cultivar.
The Best Perennials for Your Yard ~ 2007: 'Walker's Low' Catmint Excellent heat- and drought-tolerance make this catmint a top pick for tough, sunny sites. And even better, it's typically ignored by even the hungriest deer and rabbits. 'Walker's Low' looks good, too, thanks to its gray-green foliage and violet-blue flowers.