It's fall and if you've been out walking or jogging or even driving, you may have noticed a small somewhat unkempt arching shrub that is displaying a massive amount of purple berries.
An often asked question this time of year, as many of our customers here at Rolling Ridge are curious about the small shrub with the intense blue flowers they have seen around town. The plant they
You probably hadn't noticed, but while the debate over whether or not our climate is changing and our planet is experiencing a general warming trend, the nation's hardiness zone maps were reconfigured several years ago. So, as you read this while looking out over another fresh coating of snow, and feeling single digit temperatures for the umpteenth time this winter, keep a wary mind over what I'm about to tell you!
Soon, all over town, the crape myrtle will begin their summer fashion show. Once only believed to be hardy in the south, these southern belles will definitely grow in your St.
As we head into the early summer, you will notice a good number of hydrangea blooms appearing in many yards and gardens. Recently, the industry has been inundated with many new options and varieti
The BrazelBerries® Collection FROM the First Family of blueberries comes an all-new collection of specialty small fruits destined to transform berry gardening forever!
Endless Summer Hydrangea...a mophead hydrangea that can bloom on both the current season's growth as well as the previous year's growth.
Ahhh...nothing quite like the smell of lilacs in the spring! Try planting one right outside a window-you won't regret it!
It's that time of the year when we all wait with unbridled anticipation for the first color of the fresh, new year in the landscape! As the end of one of the mildest winters in recent memory nears