Sedges: A Solution for Every Garden.

Sedges: A Solution for Every Garden.

Asclepias tuberosa: Plant of the Year

Asclepias tuberosa: Plant of the Year

The Perennial Plant Association recently named Asclepias tuberosa (Butterfly Weed) its 2017 Perennial Plant of the Year.

Anemone x hybrida Named 2016 Plant of the Year

Anemone x hybrida Named 2016 Plant of the Year

MANTS 2015

MANTS 2015

January can be a grey time in many gardens but the colorful and textural displays at MANTS, The Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show held last week in Baltimore, helped inspire us for the upcoming planting season.

Plants We Love: Liriodendron Tulipifera (Tulip Tree)

Plants We Love: Liriodendron Tulipifera (Tulip Tree)

Does it get more beautiful than this? This is the flower of the Liriodendron tulipifera, more commonly known as a tulip tree.

The ‘Big’ Snow of 2013

The ‘Big’ Snow of 2013

It appears that the DC-Baltimore area is dodging another winter storm.

OvS at MANTS

OvS at MANTS 2013

The Baltimore Convention Center hosted the 43rd Annual Mid Atlantic Nursery Trade Show or MANTS on January 9th, 10th and 11th.

Plants We Love: Prunus maritima (Beach Plum)

Plants We Love: Prunus maritima (Beach Plum)

On Saturday September 22, 2012. Oehme, van Sweden Principal Eric Groft (MLA ’84)attended the 24th Annual Deans Forum for the Dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Virginia.

Design Charette at The Pennsylvania State University

Design Charette at The Pennsylvania State University

On April 12, Eric Groft and Stacilyn Feldman joined Graham Gund, Laura Cabo and Eric Svahn of Gund Partnership for a design charette at The Pennsylvania State University.

Plants We Love: Sanguinaria Canadensis (Bloodroot)

Plants We Love: Sanguinaria Canadensis (Bloodroot)

A walk through an eastern woodland in early spring is a treasure hunt for me. Only in this short window of time, before deciduous trees leaf out and while the sun still reaches the forest floor, does one have the opportunity to discover the fleeting blooms of our native spring ephemerals.