Panicoideae

  • Design

    Going Gracefully Into Winter

    I’ll admit it: Sometimes I’m so worn out by the end of summer, with all the watering and weeding, that I really just give up on my garden. But by…

  • Silky Dogwood
    Design

    Regional Picks: Plant Wish List – South

        1. ‘Standing Ovation’ Little Bluestem Name: Schizachyrium scoparium ‘Standing Ovation’ Usda Hardiness Zones: 3 to 8 Size: 3 to 4 feet tall and 1 to 1½ feet wide Conditions:…

  • Article

    End the Season with Style

    It happens every year. When summer’s heat and humidity ease up and I can think about getting back into the garden, I realize that I haven’t done enough to take…

  • Article

    Cool-Season Containers

    The end of the season is a relaxing time. Cooler temperatures prevail, and plants are slowing down or are preparing to go dormant. This isn’t really a time, then, for…

  • Design

    The Best of the Best Native Plants

    What makes native plants so great? According to some experts, it’s because these plants are practically perfect: They are built to thrive in the conditions of a specific region without…

  • Design

    Battle of the Grasses

    I think grasses suffer from lumping. I’m guilty of it myself, many times ending a list of companion perennials with the phrase “and some ornamental grasses.” This gives the impression…

  • Article

    Regional Picks: Plant This, Not That – Northeast

    Overused: Japanese spirea (Spiraea japonica* cvs.) 1. New Jersey Tea Name: Ceanothus americanus USDA Hardiness Zones: 4 to 8 Size: 3 to 4 feet tall and wide Conditions: Full sun;…