Monthly Archives: May 2013

Columbine (Aquilegia)

If Columbine weren’t an actual plant, I think they’d deserve fairy tale status. They remind me of the kind of flowers that little storybook fairies could turn upside down and use for hats. This elegant early blooming perennial, is a great addition to any perennial garden or rock garden. Blooming prolifically in late spring to early summer, seed pods… Read more »

Monthly Archives: May 2013

Where Have All The Impatiens Gone?

Where have all the impatiens gone? Impatiens are a popular shade annual, that have a very loyal following from year to year. But, you, like many, may have lost all your impatiens last year. White coating on the underside of the leaves, that yellowed, curled, and dropped to the ground. Sound familiar? It’s a fungus-like… Read more »

Monthly Archives: May 2013

Container Gardening

Container Gardening is all the rage right now. Why? Maybe it’s because of all the hot new annuals that even seasoned gardeners have never seen the likes of. Or perhaps is because container gardening lets you put color and blooms right where you want them. Nonetheless, anyone can garden in a container whether you’re an… Read more »

Monthly Archives: May 2013

Grand Opening Celebration Photos!

Last weekend was the official Grand Opening Celebration at Burnett’s Country Gardens. Boy, oh boy, did we celebrate – thanks for the great turn out! For those of you who thought the place was packed with the most amazing plant material, wait until you see it this weekend! Unbelievable! Enjoy these pictures!