Spectacular Fall Blooms – Black- Eyed Susan’s!

In my garden I have planted to encourage butterflies, bees and birds to enjoy and pollinate.  At this time of the year it is important to keep food sources plentiful for these wonderful creatures.  Black-eyed Susan's start blooming in late July and continue all fall in my garden in Zone 5. Most common of the Black Eyed Susan's is Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldstrum'. If happy, I

Spectacular Fall Blooms – Black- Eyed Susan’s!2020-01-01T13:04:36-05:00

Chanticleer Garden

Just a short drive from Philadelphia, Chanticleer is one of the great gardens in this area. Once the Rosengarten estate, today Chanticleer is a contemporary garden situated in a  historic setting.   Garden Design magazine has dubbed this "America's most inspiring garden." Coneflowers in the Pond Garden area Expectantly awaiting blossoms! Sunset glistening on the maple trees on the elevated walkway

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Attracting Pollinators to your Garden

Black Eyed Susans - Rudbeckia Pollinators are crucial to the production of most fruits, nuts and berries including apples, oranges, tomatoes and blueberries.  There are many plants that will attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees to your property.  In order to attract these pollinators plant a succession of blooming annuals, perennials and shrubs so pollen is available throughout the growing season. Planting flowers in

Attracting Pollinators to your Garden2020-01-01T13:10:58-05:00
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