Southern Gardening Audio From 2018
Japanese maples are known for their graceful forms, and their fall color really shines
One plant we should grow more of is the easy to care for Dahlia
Small Dahlias are a great choice for containers on porch or patio
One way to make your landscape look hot is to plant ornamental peppers
You don’t have to search far to find vegetables that taste good and look good
When the weather finally starts cooling down, you’re going to want to start sitting in the garden in comfort today on Southern Gardening.
Confederate rose is a wonderful plant that is really unknown outside of the southeast where it has been grown in landscapes for many—and I mean many—years. But this old fashioned plant is not a rose at all. It is actually a hibiscus.
Window boxes are an old-fashioned idea for updating your modern home landscape today on Southern Gardening.
Zahara Zinnia are great choices for fall color in the landscape today on Southern Gardening.
Georgia Blue Veronica is a true four-season perineal. The flowers of Georgia Blue are a clear sapphire blue with a fresh white eye.
One of the true native southern fruits that many homeowners enjoy are the muscadine grapes. Muscadines grow well in the heat and high humidity of Mississippi and late summer will reward the homeowner with their sweet fruity flavors.
Many gardeners are familiar with the big Cannas that have to be grown in the back of the planting bed. With their upright growth habit, Canna can have an almost statuesque presence in the landscape.
Calendula is one plant that looks good in the garden, and great in a salad
A long-time favorite for the southern landscape has always been snapdragon
Not all Snapdragons have to be planted in the backrow
Many people are now growing ornamental and edible plants together in small spaces
If you have shade in your Mississippi garden, you can enjoy the wide range of leave sizes, shapes, and colors.
The common myth is that the trees root system mirrors the top growth of a tree.
Archangel purple Angelonia features some of the largest individual Angelonia flowers displayed on beautiful spikes rising above the foliage from late spring to late summer.
I consider Angelonia one of the best plants for the hot summer garden