Jenny Andrews

Jenny Andrews
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Executive editor Jenny Andrews reports on her experience at the Garden-Design sponsored "Gardening for Life" program at Lake Austin Spa Resort Read More »
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A sophisticated blend of soft yellow, lilac and mauve gives Yes! Pineapple Crush a timeless appeal, like a pressed flower from Victorian days. A central burst of whiskers and a bright-yellow eye keep things lively. An added bonus is a silvery overlay that intensifies in warm weather. It's another good candidate for taking the garden through mild... Read More »
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I just can't help it – I love brown flowers. Maybe it's the irony; maybe I just have a thing for the color brown. But the malted-milkshake, silvery tones of Velour Frosted Chocolate are on another plane. Part of an award-winning series from Floranova, the flowers in this dainty little one... Read More »
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This is one of the most unusual and striking violas you'll ever see, with an inky lacework of veining etched across a golden background. Forms a neat mound 4 to 6 inches high and wide, with numerous 1-inch flowers. The entire Angel series from British grower Floranova is undaunted by cold... Read More »
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A member of the very popular, many-colored Sorbet series from grower PanAmerican Seed Co., Sorbet Black Duet is a sweet little bicolor, with a bright-purple face and velvety dark-plum wings. Sorbets are early to flower after winter has passed and continue through late spring. Plants are 6... Read More »
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In a crazy-bold color combination, purple pairs with deep russet in Velour Blue Bronze. Bronze tones are darker in the fall, brighter in the spring. A very hot color match with 'Eye of the Tiger' Dutch iris or 'Princess Irene' tulip. Neat mounds of foliage, 6 to 8 inches tall and wide, covered with 1-inch flowers. Read More »
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The warm sunset tones of Angel Terracotta glow in the garden, with a bright-orange face peering from amber-toned petals. Read More »
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A garden in Patagonia, Arizona, takes the Southwest climate in stride Read More »
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John Greenlee and landscape architect Ron Herman's Mediterranean-style estate in California Read More »
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Hot plus cool equals a jazzy ornamental pepper that’s not pungent, so it’s safe to grow around kids. Indoors it makes a wild “hairdo,” spring through Christmas, of twisty narrow peppers in ivory, yellow, orange and red. Also look for child-friendly ‘Chilly Chili’. Read More »
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