Jenny Andrews

Jenny Andrews
Garden Design
If you count yourself among the rich and famous, who do you call ... Read More »
Garden Design
Winston Flowers takes a modern approach to decorating for the holidays Read More »
Garden Design
The Toronto-based floral designer draws inspiration from nature as well as high fashion Read More »
Garden Design
A garden in the Arizona desert designed by Christy Ten Eyck is both water-wise and chic Read More »
Garden Design
Grasses guru John Greenlee and landscape architect Ron Herman join forces at a Mediterranean-style estate in California Read More »
Garden Design
Bulletproof plants from the Old World, Sansevierias are ideal for beginning gardeners and top-drawer designers alike Read More »
Garden Design
This brand-new version of an old-fashioned annual flower gets high marks for pure romance. Part of the mixed-color Double Click series of double cosmos from Thompson & Morgan, this pretty-in-pink form is the first single color to be released. Rosy pom-pom blooms sit atop sturdy 2- to 3-foot stems. Like other cosmos, ‘Rose Bonbon’ is an easy-to... Read More »
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A winner of the highest honor for daylilies, the American Hemerocallis Society Stout Silver Medal, this luscious early to midseason bloomer has big, 5.5-inch flowers of glowing golden yellow centered with dark red and a matching red picotee edge. Strong 2-foot stems make this a versatile midsize daylily good for large or small beds and borders. Read More »
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This perennial hibiscus, a spectacular culmination of the rose-mallow breeding program of Walters Gardens nursery and selected from among thousands of seedlings, has enormous 9-inch-wide ruffled blooms of deep magenta with a red eye. Sturdy, full plants make a striking specimen in the garden from midsummer through early fall. Hardy in Zones 4-9. Read More »
Garden Design
The Bloomingdale series of Ranunculus from Sakata Seed America sets the standard for Persian buttercups, the luminous tightly packed petals reminiscent of the tissue-paper flowers everyone makes in grade school. Their dainty looks are deceiving, though, as these flowers are durable and long lasting. I saw them during Pack Trials in... Read More »
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