Category: Huntsville Botanical Garden
Part 1: Seed starting Vernon Bush has enjoyed the beauty of native azaleas since childhood. The profusion of pink blooms every spring lent their beauty to the woods surrounding his family home in Mississippi. When he moved to Huntsville in … Continue reading
The best time to divide Daylilies is shortly after they have finished flowering in late summer to early fall. Today Niki Sothers, our Director of Horticulture, will show you how to divide Daylilies and answer your questions! Watch our Facebook … Continue reading
Fading flowers in the Garden’s wildflower meadows are attracting many finches. Thistles provide an early summer buffet of dried seeds. Some birds can be viewed very closely while standing still on the meadow’s edge near some cover.