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    • February 13, 2020 Brighten Your Curb Appeal with Winter Bloom
      Brighten Your Curb Appeal with Winter Bloom

      by Jeff Anttila for RedFin)

      Though your curb appeal might look less appealing during the colder months, that doesn’t mean your house has to completely lose its luster. There are a variety of plants and flowers that are at their best in the winter, bringing brilliant color and life to an otherwise drab driveway. Below is a list of winter time favorites by horticulturists from around the U.S. to help brighten your curb appeal this winter.

      Edgeworthia Chrysantha

      Photo credited to Yoko Nekonomania (CC BY 2.0)

      Its blooms are sweet-smelling, globe-like clusters of creamy orange flowers, and they set before any leaves appear in late winter. The shrub has an almost architectural appearance and is truly stunning when covered in flowers.

      Pistils Nursery | Portland, OR



      Photo provided by Allison Sidhu © Ask the Experts, LLC

      My favorite plant for brightening curb appeal at this time of year is winterberry.  Ilex verticillata loses its leaves in the fall, but bright berries in a variety of colors - red or gold are favorites - remain on the bare stems. They create lovely winter interest, and are perfect for adding to cut seasonal arrangements as well.

       Gardners Path


      Anna's Magic Ball Arborvitae


      Photo provided by Proven Winners

      It’s our favorite because it has a bright yellow and gold color and really pops all winter. We especially love planting these next to other dark green arborvitae for a great contrast in color.  These small shrubs can also be grown in planters in the outside entryway for interest all year round!

       Plant Addicts | Valley, NE


      Douglas Iris                          


      Photo credited to Northbaywanderer (CC BY 2.0)                  

      Two California native plants that add vibrant color in the winter are the bright orange-yellow 3’ to 4’ tall Sticky Monkey flower (Diplacus aurantiacus) and the lavender-blue 1’ to 2’ Douglas Iris (Iris douglasiana). Both are easy to maintain and low-water, and the Sticky Monkey attracts hummingbirds and is deer resistant. 

       Susan Friedman Landscape Architecture | San Ramon, CA


      Witch Hazels


      Photo provided by Fifth Season Gardening

      We love native plants, and our native witch hazels (hamamelis virginiana and hamamelis vernalis) are shrubs that feature gorgeous yellow fall foliage and showy, fragrant flowers after leaf-drop in the fall/winter, or in late winter/early spring when almost nothing else is blooming.

      Fifth Season Gardening | Asheville, NC




      My favorite plant in the winter is KALE!  Not only is it hardy enough to live through some of the coldest weather (even in Central Ohio), but it actually gets sweeter and tastes better in the wintertime. We grow it in our garden all winter long, and it sometimes even lives through the summer until the next winter!

       Sustainable Gardening News | Columbus, OH


      Ornamental Cabbage


      Photo credited to Ulrike Leone

      For curb appeal in winter pots we love ornamental kale and cabbage. Plant varieties that develop bright white, purple, or red centers in a large pot by the front door and you’ll be welcomed home by frost-defying "blooms" all winter!

       Garden Spots | Montgomery County, MD

      Christmas Cactus


      One of Potted’s favorite plants during the winter months is the Christmas Cactus. At a time of year when most things aren’t in bloom, this easy-to-care-for plant is at its bold and brightest. And it thrives indoors or out (depending on your cold zone)

      Potted | Los Angeles, CA


      Xerographica Airplant

      Photo provided by The Pennsylvania Horticulture Society

      The Xerographica airplant is an epiphyte (meaning it grows without dirt), air plants need constant air circulation to survive and should only be watered once a week. To water, rinse the plant in your sink and then let the plant drain overnight.

      The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society | Philadelphia, PA


      Toba Hawthorn

      Photo credited to Fossil Creek Nursery

      “A unique and underused ornamental tree. It is small in stature allowing it to grow in smaller areas.  'Toba" is one of the hardiest of Hawthorns.  In the spring it bears beautiful fragrant, large, double white flowers that turn to pink. 1/2 inch bright red fruit emerges in the fall and lasts throughout the winter.  Additionally, the interesting yellow bark that grows to be a twisted grey trunk  is an added ornamental feature.” 

       Fossil Creek Nursery | Fort Collins, CO


      Poppy Seeds

      Photo provided by San Diego Seed Company


      We love to plant poppy seeds in the winter time for spring blooms!


      San Diego Seed Company | San Diego, CA


      Originally published on Redfin

    • October 03, 2019 Fermob Bidding Adieu to Three Colors in 2020
      Fermob Bidding Adieu to Three Colors in 2020 It's a sad time when we find out what colors Fermob will be discontinuing for the following year. For 2020 the colors they are bidding adieu to are Carrot, Aubergine and Plum.
    • January 15, 2019 Artist Spotlight: Prescott McCarthy
      Artist Spotlight: Prescott McCarthy On a recent visit to the Yucca Valley, we made a fantastic discovery, a very talented artist named Prescott McCarthy!
    • November 18, 2018 Designer Spotlight: Black Mountain Ceramics
      Designer Spotlight: Black Mountain Ceramics Over here at Potted we're pleased to be offering Black Mountain Ceramics in-store and online to all of our favorite plant people!