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February 27, 2019 0 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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April 6, 2018 0 Comments

Trend Report: Perennials

Natural-Look Gardens + Sustainable GardeningMother Nature is the best landscape designer, so start with what grows here naturally. Think seasonal themes: stunning false indigo in early spring, bright summer coneflowers and milkweeds, graceful prairie dropseed and colorful bluestems and asters in the fall. Start with the natives for a sense...

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March 20, 2018 2 Comments

New for 2018: Shrubs

2018 brings new selections of North American natives for small spaces. Add flashes of seasonal color and structure to perennial beds with these new choices. For those looking for a statement, check out some of the larger hydrangeas, winterberries, and viburnums available.Small Space ShrubsLowscape Chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) 12-24" tall, 18-24"...

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March 6, 2018 11 Comments

New for 2018: Trees

This is the year to add a beautiful ornamental specimen to your landscape. There have been some exciting breakthroughs in color and hardiness in Crabapples and Japanese Maples. We've picked up a few trees with smaller mature sizes to expand our selection for small urban lots. Stop in and chat...

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