Monthly Archives: November 2014

Cover Crop Tips for Nashville and Middle Tennessee

Now is the time for planting your cover crops.  Below you’ll find some helpful cover crop tips for Nashville and Middle Tennessee.

Today in Nashville, the forecast calls for bitterly cold weather to come in this week. If your like us, you’ve probably harvested your crops that need harvesting and maybe you’ve gone a step further […]

By |November 11th, 2014|annual vegetables, Fall Gardening Activities, Franklin, nashville, Tennessee|

Best Perennials for Nashville and Middle Tennessee

 

Perennials are the backbone to any garden. These flowers are some of the toughest and best performing plants that you will have in your landscape.

With so many types of perennials to chose from, we came up with the  following  list of the best perennials that we have found to help you make your dreams come […]

Planting Hellebores in Nashville, Tn

Planting Hellebores (Lenten Rose) in Nashville, Tn

 

Hellebores, also called Lenten or Christmas rose, is one of the best spring flowering perennials for the mid south.

Not actually in the rose family at all, but in the Ranunculus order, this perennial is a gift from nature that shows its glory in the dead of winter. They are […]

Tips on Planting Crocus in Middle Tennessee

Crocus are perennial spring flowering bulbs that scream “Spring is almost here!” here in Middle Tennessee.

They grow beautifully in zones 4 to 10 and produce wineglass-shaped flowers in so many color combinations of purple, white, yellow and even striped,  it’s hard to decide which color and variety to grow.

There are about 30 different species  that […]