There’s no good reason to resist adding some scent to your yard or landscape. Fragrance makes all the difference between seeing a beautiful garden or experiencing it. Think of scent in the garden like salt is in the kitchen.
Just because you have a shady front porch doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy bright and cheerful blooms! These plants are the ones that I chose, but I’ll also include a few alternatives that might be available at your local store or garden center.
Yes, it might be the middle of winter in some places, but maybe you feel it – it’s creeping, creeping every so slowly toward spring. This is the time when minds turn to gardening, and when homesteaders’ minds turn to making the garden useful. Why grow grass when you can grow plants that could feed […]