Drift Groundcover Roses are the perfect rose for small landscapes, containers, and of course drifts! Big or small yards, these versatile and colorful plants will be a star during the hot summer months. Read more
The best remedy to a cold dark winter is the promise of late winter/early spring’s first blooms. No other flowering shrub quite does that with such panache as the genus Camellia. With its double, single, semi-double, peony flowered, anemone flowered, rose form double or formal double flowers, who cares that there may still be snow on the ground when they bloom!
Camellia japonica is the common bloomer we see in the beginning of the year. There are countless varieties in shades of pink, red, white and even lavender and yellow! They tend to bloom from February to May depending on the variety and siting in the garden. C. sasanqua is the fall blooming species that will emerge in flower starting in September. There are also multiple hybrids that include the above mentioned species in their lineage. Pick varieties that are hardy to Maryland and bloom at the time you want. Read more