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June 6, 2017 0 Comments

Landscaping 101: Fruit Trees

Fruit trees are a rewarding addition to the landscape. Not only do they serve as beautiful spring-flowering ornamentals, they produce a crop of fruit available for picking and eating fresh off the tree. Home-grown produce tastes like nothing you can find in a supermarket, often with more nutritional value.PruningUnfortunately fruit...

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May 23, 2017 0 Comments

Landscaping 101: Bagworms

Thryridopteryx ephemerafformis Bagworms are tiny pests that typically infest evergreens, but can also be found on deciduous plants. They are most obvious in their bag stage on leafless winter trees, but damage from these insects isn’t always apparent until the infestation is heavy. Timing is important in controlling bagworms, so...

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May 16, 2017 0 Comments

Plant Profile: Hydrangea

Hydrangeas have replaced shrub roses as our go-to flowering shrub. Giant flower clusters liven up mid to late summer gardens, drying on the stem for winter interest. Many people have fond memories of old-fashioned hydrangeas in their parents or grandparents’ gardens, but new varieties add stunning color with extended bloom...

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May 7, 2017 0 Comments

Plant Profile: Clematis

Clematis are small flowering vines that add a gorgeous display of color to the landscape. They come in a range of whites, pinks, reds, and purples. They flower at different times of the year, depending on the variety. They are an old-fashioned cottage garden favorite, with new hybrids featuring large,...

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April 4, 2017 0 Comments

Landscaping 101: Spring Color

Early spring is one of the most exciting times for gardeners. We’ve spent winter nurturing our houseplants, planning our vegetable gardens, dreaming up new beds, and starting seeds when we just can’t wait any longer. The first green shoots of tulips poking out of a litter of last fall’s leaves...

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