Antique Rose Emporium, a Rose by Any Other Name is Still a Rose

by Lisa Davis on April 7, 2019

When Mike Shoup first began his search for native Texas plants to add to his growing nursery business, roses were the furthest from his mind. Mike Shoup, like most people, believed that roses were hard...

This Spring is a Bright, Wonderful Picnic at Dallas Blooms

by N.L. Thi-Hamrick on March 7, 2019

Welcome spring with sumptuous colors, a vast palette of flavors and spirits, a marathon of live music and revelries, and unique, horticultural displays! The Dallas Arboretum offers more than just its gorgeous ambiance and breathtaking...

Dahlias Bring Diverse Shapes, Sizes, Colors to a Garden

by Melinda Myers on January 17, 2019

Dahlias have been a fixture in summer flower gardens for generations, but it may be time to rethink the various ways they can be incorporated in any floral arrangement! With hundreds of varieties to choose...