Published on Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Perennials, trees, and shrubs are natural eye-catchers and give show-stopping pops of color to your landscape. That is why our clients love them so much! Here in the state of Pennsylvania, there are certain types of vegetation that our clients just can't get enough of. Below are examples of the most popular perennials, trees, and shrubs that we plant frequently in the Washington area.
Popular Perennials in Pennsylvania
Perennials offer benefits to homeowners like the fact that they require less maintenance than annuals do. Instead of digging them up when they die and replanting them each year, perennials grow back and all you have to do is prune them to make sure that there is room for them to continue to grow. Below are the 2 most common perennials that we plant in our area.
Butterfly Weeds get their name because they commonly attract butterflies to their bright color and production of nectar. These perennials can be orange, yellow, or red...
Published on Wednesday, February 03, 2021
Winter is the best time to plan for your new softscape design. Not only does the planning help clear away some of the
winter blues, but it also gives you enough time so that you get to enjoy your flowers as soon as possible!
Early-blooming flowers don't need the late spring or summer weather to bloom. Planting these in the earlier
months like February or March will give you a colorful garden before all the snow even melts! Below are 5 gorgeous
plants that are perfect for early spring blooming:
1) Jacob's Ladder
The Jacob’s ladder plant gets its name from the ladder-like shape of its leaves. These early spring bloomers
are small and bell-shaped and they provide a bright pop of color that will get you excited for the
warmer weather ahead.
Most varieties of Jacob’s ladder are in the purple and lavender color family, but you may be able to find some
that are pink, yellow, or white. This is a perennial plant, meaning that it...