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Check out our latest blog post about how to incorporate seasonal color into your landscape design with fruit-bearing plants. Not only do they add beauty, but they attract birds to your yard as well.
http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/colorful-fruit-for-every-season/

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It's time to think about water conservation and how can you ensure the health of your plants while also ensuring the health of the environment.

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Read our latest post to learn which plants will draw the bees and butterflies to your garden this spring.

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There are a few key things to consider when planning a garden, such as the size of a plant at maturity and correct spacing. Read our latest blog post for information on designing a beautiful garden.

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When I meet with clients at this time of year a regular request is for evergreen plants. This makes sense to me, when almost nothing is blooming, the fall color season has past and we are months away from the warm temperatures of spring and summer, focusing on evergreen foliage is a logical choice. One of the many lessons that I have learned from working in my own garden is that while some plants are evergreen, they don’t necessarily look their best in winter.

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As we approach the end of the year and the holiday season I find myself looking to add festive decorations to my house, inside and out, without spending too much money.  One great option?  Using cuttings from plants found in our yards and woods.
http://brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/native-plants-that-make-great-holiday-decorations/ #nativeplantholidaydecoration

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Need help deciding what type of Magnolia to plant in your yard? Check out our latest article for some helpful guidance. #durhamlandscaing #magnoliatree  

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It’s easy to get excited about plants and landscape design, but one of the most important (and most often overlooked) considerations for any gardener should be maintenance.  Because, while a garden may look fantastic on the day it is planted, how it performs everyday for the years you live in your house is much more important.
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