The Wonderful Story of How Japanese Maples are Born
Japanese maples are ideal as a four-season interest tree that fits well in a small-space garden. There are many varieties of Japanese maples with brilliantly colored leaves, architectural branching structure, and interesting shapes. With so many to choose from, you’re sure to be able to find one or two that would be a strong focal point in your garden. What’s even more fascinating is how they are propagated. #gardentherapy #japanesemaple #japanesegarden #maple #gardening #propagate
The striking shade-loving caladiums are the thrillers, the tallest plants in the pot, which add visual interest with their coarse, colorful leaves. The fillers are the New Guinea impatiens with their rose-colored flowers and light yellow streaks down the
Hosta Rare Breed - The colors change with the seasons. In spring the leaves start off with beautiful creamy white centers with green margins. As summer goes by the colors begin to transition to several shades of green and the center becomes a crisp white
If you crave fragrance, flowers, and colorful leaves, then Witch Hazel is for you. It glows with yellow when its leaves turn in early autumn. Later, flowers appear and remain long after the leaves have fallen. Zones Photo by Yasuo Murota/Getty Images.
Why stop at just raking the leaves when you can decoupage them, too? All you’ll need are a few brightly colored ones that strike your fancy, a balloon, a sponge paintbrush and some decoupage glue to whip them up into a DIY leaf bowl