Plant Trends

There’s a good reason you’ve probably heard of the camellia flower. While native to Asia, the Camellia japonica hails as Alabama’s state flower and is praised for its large, vibrant blossoms. In general, camellias thrive in partial shade and well-drained soil. They can grow into a small tree or large shrub reaching as high as Read More

Have you ever strolled through Railroad Park in October? If so, odds are you’ve seen a sea of pink inflorescence, otherwise known as Pink Muhly grass, waving in the wind. This light, fairy-like grass boasts vibrant pink blooms in the fall and has quickly become a trending plant throughout the southeast. Native to the eastern Read More