Just because it's winter, doesn't mean your garden isn’t
worthy of attention. Take a few minutes to appreciate the structure of
a bare tree, interesting bark or how the snow settles on it. Marvel at
your Conifers — so easy
to grow and they offer fantastic shapes and vibrant color year round.
Most Conifers are evergreen, and can light up a winter garden with
green, blue, yellow, rose or silver.
Those in warmer regions love the burst of color from Camellias
in the winter garden. While Japanese varieties (Camellia japonica) are
more common, most don’t bloom until early spring. So, consider sasanqua Camellias
for winter color. These prolific bloomers will flower much earlier and
you’ll enjoy plenty of blossoms from fall through winter. Plus,
sasanquas will tolerate a bit more sun than other varieties and many
have a lovely scent. Camellias make great cut flowers, too. Just float
the blooms in a low vase or bowl filled with water for an easy, elegant