Before the spring blooms start, witch hazel provides color in the landscape in January through March. ‘Pallida’ is especially appreciated for its prolific yellow blooms which standout as they appear before the new foliage erupts. Witch hazel blooms serve pollinators like honey bees that are taking early flights on warm days in late winter.
The common name for Epipremnum aureum is golden pothos. This is a good time of the year to evaluate your houseplants and pothos is a great, easy to care for plant. It is one of the best house plants for cleaning the air in your home along with other easy care houseplants such as snake […]
Ornamental pepper. Add a pop of color to your garden. Grown as annuals, they are low maintenance and heat tolerant. Come see in the Kemper Gardens trial beds.
Accessible garden display by garden curator, Sheila Flinchpaugh at the Center for Home Gardening demonstration gardens.
Coneflower, herbaceous perennial, zones 4 to 10, blooms June to frost. Low maintenance. Tolerates deer and clay soil. Attractive accent to border fronts, rock gardens or part shade areas of open woodland gardens.