Jenny Andrews

Jenny Andrews
Garden Design
Want your bouquet to really pack a punch? How about a fiery red-and-yellow dinner-plate dahlia up to 11 inches across! Dahlias can take a little effort (staking, pinching, storing tubers over the winter in cooler zones), but the results are worth it, and anyone who loves to make floral arrangements has them on the list of must-haves. ‘Bodacious’... Read More »
Garden Design
Discovered as a seedling of Euphorbia characias in a garden in Tasmania, this phenomenal spurge has both variegated leaves and flowers, combining blue-green with creamy white. Upright stems are a forest of linear leaves, forming a dense shrubby mound. In spring through early summer, large heads of flowers hover on 2- to 3-foot stems, pale... Read More »
Garden Design
With the tongue-twisting official name of Euphorbia martini ‘Waleutiny’, it’s no wonder this cushion spurge has acquired a much cuter appellation. Looking like a Koosh Ball, ‘Tiny Tim” forms a perfect 1-foot dome of narrow blue-green leaves and a cloud of greenish-yellow bracts cupped under little red flowers. Unlike many spurges, this... Read More »
Garden Design
A glowing combination of blue-green and butter-yellow, with a tantalizing blush of pink on older plants and in cool weather. Bright Star (officially named Yucca gloriosa ‘Walbristar’) forms a spiky crown of flexible swordlike leaves. Slow growing, it eventually forms a short woody trunk similar to some agaves. Perennial. Zones 7 to 10.... Read More »
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The plant hunter has made foliage plants stars in the garden Read More »
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In Belgium, proof that a restrained palette of just eight plants can have exuberant results Read More »
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Get to know unabashed plant fanatic Tony Avent Read More »
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Designer and homeowner share a passion for plants in a jewel-box garden in Berkeley Read More »
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A garden in the Arizona desert designed by Christy Ten Eyck is both water-wise and chic Read More »
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