Plant Profiles by Riz Reyes
Succulents continue to be popular plants for gardeners of all levels. Even though some might not be hardy over the winter, they are strikingly architectural annuals and easy to care for given the right conditions.
A strange, but beautifully bizarre climbing hydrangea is beginning to bloom at the Center for Urban Horticulture.
June is a great time to celebrate our native Lewis’s Mock Orange which is currently in blooming at UWBG!
Joseph Rock’s Peony has been prized by gardeners and avid collectors for decades.
One of the most iconic and fragrant of all spring flowers, this variegated selection of lily-of-the-valley is not as aggressive as the straight species.
A new tree will be added to our collections at the Center for Urban Horticulture. Stewartia sinensis will be planted in the Soest Perennial Display Garden.