The colder it gets the better they look – ornamental cabbage – Looks great in containers but also works well in flower beds, borders and autumn / winter planting schemes. The Northern Lights White ornamental cabbage produces big bold white brassicas.
SEDUM - "Dragons Blood" When tough winters turn yards into piles of twigs, gardeners rethink their planting strategies. Here's a list of cold-hardy perennials that can stand a polar vortex or two. Plus, check out our top winter plant survival tips.
9 Beautiful Plants That Will Survive During Winter
How you can tell the difference between a Christmas cactus and a Thanksgiving Cactus. Most you buy in a store are Thanksgiving cactus, they are just easier to ship. Also how to care for your cactus step by step!
Tiny Winter Forest: Plant, water, enjoy: easy-to-create container gardens to brighten every corner of your yard from spring to fall. Create a winter forest in miniature to enjoy all year long by potting low-maintenance dwarf conifers.