Winter

GERANIUM ZONAL

Zonal geraniums get their name from the “zone” striping through the middle of their leaves. The colors are red, coral, white, and pink. This physical attribute is a helpful way to distinguish a zonal geranium from other types of Geranium. Zonal geraniums can live up to 3 years. However, you can make it to live …

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CLEMATIS

Clematis is one of the showiest vines you can grow. With many types of shapes and colors, these plants dress up any kind of structure they climb. Bloom time ranges from late spring to fall, depending on the type and variety. With proper planning, it’s possible to have clematis blooms throughout the growing season. You …

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GERANIUM IVY

Ivy geraniums are another popular variety of  geranium. These plants have more of a trailing habit with segmented leaves like ivy. Overall, blooms of the geranium ivy are very similar to the zonal geranium. They have smaller bloom clusters flowers and are perfect for hanging baskets.  

ASIATIC JASMINE

Asiatic jasmine is not a true jasmine, but it is a popular, fast spreading, hardy groundcover. Jasmine is low a maintenance trailing foliage that does great in the sun or shade. Asiatic jasmine is an excellent addition to any warm weather garden. Keep reading to learn more about Asiatic jasmine care and how to grow …

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ASTIBLE

Astible is a knockout plant, thanks to its ornamental, fern-like bronze-and-green foliage and its feathery plumed blossoms that look good in season and dried for winter interest. Just make sure to keep astible moist, or its delicate foliage will scorch in the sun. Astible is the perfect addition that needs beautiful textured blooms. Perfect for …

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