Little Lawn of Horrors: Mystery plant spooks homeowner

Sarah’s plant is called a Voodoo Lily (Amorphophallus konjac). Native to subtropical Asia, it isn’t all that common in the United States. It is part of the Arum family and is related to plants you might know, like Jack-in-the-Pulpit and Peace Lily. Continue reading Little Lawn of Horrors: Mystery plant spooks homeowner

Plant bulbs now for spring color

Days grow shorter and evenings grow cooler as fall comes rolling down the hills and valleys, bringing color to trees and a slowing to the garden. Flowers begin to fade and green tomatoes, slowed by the lack of heat, cling to vines that are starting to show the wear and tear of age. While most fall landscape tasks concentrate on cleaning up and putting things … Continue reading Plant bulbs now for spring color