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April 19, 2019 0 Comments

Container Gardening 101

As landscape trends move towards low-maintenance perennials and shrubs instead of high-input annuals, containers have become the colorful showpieces in gardens and entryways. Container gardening is an easy way to create seasonal expression and experiment from year to year. Step away from conventional, cookie-cutter arrangements and get creative! Containers can...

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March 1, 2019 0 Comments

New for 2019: Shrubs

Shrubs 3 feet or shorterHoneysuckle, Kodiac BlackThis Honeysuckle shrub is compact and deciduous. Mostly native to moist rocky areas, honeysuckle can show up in many environments. It provides pale yellow flowers during the summer in clusters preceding its fruit. It has a proper yellow-red fall color. The Kodiak Black cultivar...

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February 27, 2019 19 Comments

New for 2019: Trees

Spruce, Norway Gold DriftLime green new growth turns golden when exposed to the sun. Trained on a stake to show cascading branches. Naturally forms a groundcover. 12-15 feet tall, 2 feet wide.Spruce, Engelmann Brush’s LaceWeeping, blue-green variety. 6-10 feet tall, 4 feet wide.Spruce, Colorado AvatarAvatar is a striking powder-blue selection...

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February 13, 2019 0 Comments

Trend Report: 2019

A secluded retreat at East Campus in LincolnReconnecting with the Natural WorldStep 1: Disconnect Take back your yard: it's not about the neighbors anymore. It's about creating a restorative outdoor retreat to find a little peace. There are countless studies about the connection between connecting to the natural world and...

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