There are so many reasons to plant daffodils. The obvious, of course, is for their beauty. What would any spring landscape be without daffodils! And let’s not forget about those we cut to enjoy indoors.
Looking for some privacy from neighbors, buffers from wind or noise, or needed shade in the yard? Evergreen hedges can be functional (all of the above), graceful, and add value to your outdoor living spaces. Here are some of our favorite evergreen choices that are well-suited to Long Island.
Been living with a less than desirable lawn? If you’ve been working from home for the past 5-6 months, you’ve probably had more time to look at your lawn than ever before. And if it’s not what you want, your timing couldn’t be better to create that green space called a lawn.
Just when you’re dreaming about all those beautiful green tomatoes ripening on the vine… problems begin to appear in the veggie garden. Whether first timers or seasoned gardeners, we all know that insect, disease and other problems can appear.
Heavenly hydrangeas: it’s so easy to understand why they continue to be one of our most beloved flowering plants. Adored for their long seasons of bloom and interest, hydrangeas—whether tree, shrub, or climber—can be used in nearly every Long Island garden or landscape setting. Worth mentioning, they also make great cut flowers for the home!