After a long winter, it’s nice to see any plant emerging from the ground, even if it’s a little smelly. Eastern skunk cabbage is one of the earliest native wildflowers to emerge and bloom in the late winter or very early spring.
Connect smaller wreaths to make a large straw accent for your fall home décor.
Stores have pre-packaged and ready-to-use pressed flowers for crafting. But if you have access to your own flowers, you might like to try pressing your own!
A wetland perennial that is a noxious weed, highly invasive everywhere in the continental U.S. except Florida.
The bright yellow blooms of winter jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum) is a promise that winter is waning and spring is indeed on its way.
There's so much to try-it's hard to use restraint.
Small in stature, paperbark maple is an outstanding choice for winter interest with its deep cinammon bark that peels away to reveal an orange-red trunk.
This beauty will not be a wallflower among your other spring bulbs— L’Innocence can reach a height of 12 inches.
A terrestrial orchid native to wetlands in eastern North America that waits until September or October to burst into bloom.
This native North American tree’s common name comes from the aromatic gum that seeps from its wounds.