Posts Tagged ‘horticulture’


Creating Useable and Functional Landscape

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

It all starts with a good plan. by Charlie Thigpen It’s a New Year and the perfect time to reflect on your landscape. Are you happy with the way it looks? Does it fit the needs of your family? When you buy a house you also buy a yard, so make your landscape an extension… Read More

Growing Under Glass

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

An easy gardening experience. by Charlie Thigpen    Photography by Chuck St. John Terrariums are all the rage, and why not? They can be whimsical or elegant to reflect your personality, and require minimal care. These mini–ecosystems can be used as a centerpiece, a focal point or they can mingle with potted plants in your home… Read More

Coleus Rules

Sunday, July 1st, 2012

Spring to fall, this plant reigns supreme. by Charlie Thigpen    Photography by Chuck St. John Who is the king of color in the garden? Your holiness of coleus reins supreme and graces the landscape from spring until fall’s first frost with fancy, multi-hued foliage. Bow to the one who drapes his quilt-like robe across our… Read More