Texture is an essential part of a designer’s vocabulary because a design without texture is visually uninteresting – it just falls flat.
Houseplants are always in high demand – and for good reason: they make a statement no matter where they land. Whether you have a green thumb or prefer low-maintenance varieties that are pretty to look at but don’t ask for much in return, there are lots of options for everyone.
Greenhouses are enchanting. Traditionally, they winter over our favorite tropical plants, allow us a great start on the Michigan growing season, and create an earth-scented, warm, and wonderful space.
We in the Great Lakes State celebrate the beauty of nature throughout the four seasons. While spring and summer are generally considered the ideal time to visit gardens, many nature centers across the state are open year-round, offering spectacular displays of flowers, plants, waterways, and more.
Protecting your Landscape for Springtime Success - As consumers enjoy the spectacular flowers and textures of a lush, mature landscape during the summer months in Michigan, the last thing on their minds is the blustery winter winds sure to arrive a few months later. It’s during the coldest spells of winter, however, that the success or failure of next year’s lawn and garden is determined.