Plants of the Week – January 10
Juniperus virginiana ‘Grey Owl’, found in the John W. Nason Garden, is an evergreen juniper growing wider than taller (2-3’ tall x 4-6’ wide). photo credit: J. Coceano
Nandina domestica ‘Harbour Dwarf’, found along the pedestrian path in John W. Nason Garden, is a popular dwarf-sized nandina reaching 2’ in height know for its great fall and winter interest. photo credit: J. Coceano
A clump forming grass, Miscanthus sinensis ‘Morning Light’, found in the John W. Nason Garden, has great winter interest as the stems hold-up well in winter snows and wind. photo credit: J. Coceano
Buxus sempervirens ‘Elegantissima’, located along the path near Sproul Observatory, is a compact boxwood that produces green leaves with broad margins of creamy-white. photo credit: J. Coceano
Garden SeedsPosted at 18:28h, 10 January
Do you ever have garden seeds featured on your sight?
Becky RobertPosted at 16:20h, 11 January
We discuss propagation of various seeds in some posts. See the one on Cornus florida (http://blogs.scottarboretum.org/gardenseeds/2010/10/seed-propagation-cornus/). The name Garden Seeds refers to the concept that information provided on the blog can help “Plant” good gardening ideas or “seeds” to help your garden grow.