eGardenGo is a gardening app with DIY garden recipes for every skill level and personalized tools to organize your notes, photos and plant preferences. Read our blog to get ideas to create your own recipes.
I've been a bit quiet on the blog and well, that's cuz we've been BUSY and focused on getting the eGardenGo web app ready for visitors!
We'll be sending an invitation with a link to preview the eGardenGo web app to our subscribers in the next couple of days. If you haven't signed up yet, NOW is a good time. Follow the link to the eGardenGo site and fill in your email address.
By doing this, you'll be assured of getting the invite with this first group!
Did you hear that? It's the collective sigh of garden designers everywhere. Natives and drought tolerant plants, container plantings, and edible gardens are at last no longer a trend, but are here to stay. In their wakes is a mountain of new ideas ready to be reflected in the garden in myriad ways.
One foliage sketch, interpreted two different ways for two different garden growing conditions. Follow the link to see two plant combo recipes; one drought tolerant for full sun and a second one for a shady spot in your garden.
When it comes to garden design and plant selection, there's a huge number of enticing and beautiful plants to choose from, and that can make it hard to decide where to start. Narrowing the selection from the many choices can be a challenge. We hope that providing a framework for thinking about it might help.
Plants in this combo were selected with consideration for a color theme and for delivering reliable blooms, even in a shady location. The light and bright
foliage and flower will brighten up a dark area in your garden.
Trees with attractive bark add so much to the winter garden. If a tree can pull its weight in the dead of winter, it has a lot going for it and that alone can be plenty of reason to plant it. But the plants we're showcasing are more than a one-season-winter-wonder.
WHY IT WORKS: This planting combination for your garden is ultra low maintenance without sacrificing style. With its reliance on foliage, not flower, this tough, drought-tolerant quartet relies on a variety of colors and textures that keep the scene interesting year-round.
As you'll likely find, there were some aspects of your garden venture that did really well, and others that could do better next time. That's not only okay, but to be expected! Garden-making truly is an iterative process, and no one gets it perfectly right the first time.
Acanthus 'Hollard's Gold' This variety of bear's breeches is dramatic, bold, and gold and fun to grow! A small word of caution; choose your location carefully. If you happen to change your mind and decide to move your Acanthus to a new location, it can return from small bits of remaining root, so can take some effort to remove.
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