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Crape Myrtles and Improving their Blooms

Why Crape Myrtles If the image of Crape Myrtle blooms does not make you want to plant some of your own, then the following reasons definitely will: There are hundreds of Lagerstroemia spp (Crape Myrtle) sizes and colors that are available to you. Based on…
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You love the large and colorful flower heads of the Hydrangea.  We do too!  These stunning shrubs grow throughout the United States.  Caring for these shrubs is fairly easy, but depending on your area, the type of hydrangea you have, and if you are…
Hydrangea: Care and Color
Hydrangea: Care and Color
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Gardenias are fragrant bushes that are almost too beautiful to be real.  Their glossy leaves and perfect, aromatic flowers make them a shining example of a southern shrub.  This outstanding beauty isn’t too good to be true though!  A Gardenia is easy to…
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People want fast growing trees.  They google them, they ask for them, and they buy them.   You can say it’s because Americans are impatient, but there is so much more to it than that.  A fast growing tree cools your home sooner, saving on energy bills.  A…
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Knock Out® Roses are fairly new to the gardening scene. Over the past 10 years these Roses have become insanely popular for their delicate, colorful, plentiful flowers that bloom throughout 3 seasons as well as their pest and disease resistance and…
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Even the novice gardener tends to recognize a Dogwood tree.  Dogwood trees are native to the eastern US and frequently seen naturally there and in the landscape throughout the United States.  The native and most popular Dogwood, Cornus florida, is the…
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See ya later, Winter!  Hello, Spring!! As the barren landscape springs to life and warm weather arrives we begin to emerge from our homes and bask in the sun. It is time to get outside and take in the sights and scents of spring blooms! There are so many…
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So, here you are. You LOVE Crape Myrtles! We do too! But what now? What size? What color?  What type? This article will point you in the right direction when picking out a Crape Myrtle of your very own. The most important deciding factor will be size. We…
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Junipers are one of the easiest shrubs to care for that are often times overlooked.  Junipers come in all shapes and sizes and have many uses for your landscaping. Let’s start out by how junipers can be functional for a Hillside. We use junipers on a…
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Blueberry bushes are a great fruit bearing plant for those who wants to grow fruit, and are a great plant for beginner gardeners. These bushes are easy to maintain and even easier to grow. So the question is…where to start? Here we will discuss different…
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