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Garden of Hans Hansen

Michigan is not only home of the incredible rock garden of Chris Hansen, (If you missed that post, you can read it here.) but also the beautiful garden of Hans Hansen. These two amazing guys share a love of plants and a last name, but not a family history. Hans Hansen is the head of… Continue reading Garden of Hans Hansen

Butterflies & Bees in the Garden · Perennials

Sanguisorba ‘Little Angel’ – A Cutie for the Garden

You must know about Sanguisorba minor ‘Little Angel’, a relatively new perennial. It is a real cutie! I first saw it in Tammy Schmitt’s garden while visiting gardens with fellow bloggers last summer. I was enchanted and knew I had to have some in my garden. Perfect for edging perennial borders, as an accent near… Continue reading Sanguisorba ‘Little Angel’ – A Cutie for the Garden

Birds in the Garden · Container Gardening · Shrubs

My Monet Weigela – A Masterpiece

I love small shrubs that can take the place of perennials in the garden. Shrubs are generally less demanding than perennials – no deadheading, no cutting back after flowering to maintain form or to prompt another round of blooms, and no dead foliage to remove at the end of the season. Not just any shrub… Continue reading My Monet Weigela – A Masterpiece