Here is a place to share and learn information about Japanese Maples. Believe it or not, over 1000 varieties of Japanese Maples have been listed and described. Some are truly beautiful and deserve a place in the modern landscape.See More
A place to connect with other hydrangea aficionados. It is a bit of a challenge to grow hydrangeas in zone 6b but in those lucky, mild winter years I am rewarded with stunning displays. Forums below contain useful info for easy reference.See More
Garden Party! This is the place to discuss tips, present ideas, or share photos from your garden event. You may not be able to physically attend all your friends soirees but you can enjoy all the fun virtually!
"Welcome to Garden-Share! You might want to start by checking out the Group page for garden-related groups and topics you may be interested in. Joining a few groups is a great way to meet other gardeners and get started on Garden-Share.
Welcome to Garden-Share! You might want to start by checking out the Group page for garden-related groups and topics you may be interested in. Joining a few groups is a great way to meet other gardeners and get started on Garden-Share.
Also, there are Videos to watch (how-to, humor), Blogs to read (informative, entertaining), Photos to look at (beautiful, unusual, inspiring), and new friends to meet. If you have photos (or videos) of your garden, please share them - I'd love to see photos of your garden!
"Yes I know the plant well, they love our climate in Australia, a fast grower, will cover an old ugly fence in one season. Loves a good hair cut and then flowers again.It has a dormant period for a couple of months during winter, but stays alive."
"Keryn, This variety of plumbago will not survive zone 5 winters. I bring winter it over in amy attic in a sunny window. It isn't a vine more like a small shrub. I do have another hardier variety. It is a darker blue. Love them both."