Flower Gardens

Perennials for Spring

Date April 24, 2012

What’s not to love about spring? Especially in Minnesota, it is the dearest among all the seasons. In spring season, while plants and flowers start showing their new green growth, the early border of your garden usually consists of colorful bulbs and few early blooming perennials. Spring perennials are a welcome sight after a long […]

Perennials – What you should know about Perennials

Date March 27, 2012

If you are planning for a healthy and thriving garden then you must aim towards growing perennials in your garden. They are used extensively in most gardens and man made landscapes. From beautiful peonies found in gardens of manicured yards to beautiful bearded Iris that show off their blooms in the spring, to the lush […]

Annual Flowers – Cold Tolerant Annuals

Date March 20, 2012

Flowers that are cold tolerant offer the best return on investment for your annual garden.  Cold tolerant annuals are from the same category as other annual flowers. Cold tolerant annuals are not any special plants that grow only during cold climate. They are annuals that grow in sunny climates too and can withstand cooler temperatures […]

Annual Flowers – Underused Annuals

Date March 20, 2012

Are you tired of seeing the same old overused annuals? Change the routine process by planting underused annuals in your garden. These will make your garden standout with a style of its own during the summer with fragrance, color and texture. There are some great underused annuals you can consider for your garden with long […]

Annual Flowers – Shade Tolerant Annuals

Date March 20, 2012

Most of the annuals we grow like sun. But there are some annuals that also do well in shade. They bloom in half sun as well in the full shade of your garden. To be more precise about annuals, all the annuals bloom for one season from seed to flower and seed and then complete […]

Annual Flowers – Commonly Used Annuals

Date March 20, 2012

Many people choose annuals when they are looking for color in their gardens. Annuals are plants that grow from seed to plant, bloom, produce seed and then complete their life cycle in one season. It also means the plants that are grown only in one season. The main reason why annuals are preferred is that […]

Monet Flower Garden Design – Landscape Company Minneapolis Minnesota

Date April 26, 2007

The Monet garden is one of the outdoor rooms within the total landscape design build project. Located along the side of the barn and visible from the home’s front entry boardwalk and the adjacent dining room, the garden is a show of color throughout the growing season […]