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Fall into Planting: A Fall Planting Guide

Fall into Planting: A Fall Planting Guide

Why is fall an excellent time to plant? Autumn offers cool temperatures, short bright days, and dependable rainfall. Plants are starting to slow down therefore they are primed to focus on root establishment which is exactly what you need going into winter. When you plant in fall you get a head start on spring growth! When you plant in fall you get a head start on spring growth! In other words your new plants will be established in time for spring so you won’t miss out on any spring blooms or growth like you can when planting in spring.
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Growing Meyer Lemons and Key Limes in Containers

Growing Meyer Lemons and Key Limes in Containers

Fresh lemons and limes enrich your culinary and mixology game. You can utilize the juice, pulp, and zest to add depth to a plethora of main courses, side dishes, and desserts. And don't forget the best part, rather, the pièce de résistance, the cocktail (or mocktail if you prefer). This is why we not only love citrus we want to grow our own! 

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Yoshino Flowering Cherry Tree

Yoshino Flowering Cherry Tree

Few trees put on a performance in spring like the Yoshino Flowering Cherry tree. Oh, how those magical blooms, also known as sakura, welcome spring with a grand breathtaking display. Learn all about the amazing Yoshino Cherry Tree including care, facts, and growing in the landscape.
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A Complete Guide to Gardenias

A Complete Guide to Gardenias

With stunning white blooms and shiny evergreen leaves, Gardenias are a great way to add fragrance and beauty to your home and garden. These pretty shrubs are known for being finicky, but they can actually be easy to grow as long as you get to know them just a little bit!
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Yellow Shrubs for Your Landscape

Yellow Shrubs for Your Landscape

Aaaah, the warm, happy glow of the color yellow. Isn’t it lovely? Yellow represents hope, happiness, positivity, peace, remembrance, honor, loyalty, and joy. Studies show that increased energy and mental activity are associated with the presence of the color yellow.

Wouldn’t you love to add some cheerful yellow to your landscape? Let us help you! 

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Eastern Redbud: A Guide

Eastern Redbud: A Guide

The Eastern Redbud or Cercis canadensis is a stunning spring bloomer that is native to North America. This deciduous tree grows from southern Canada to northern Florida to California. In fact it grows in almost all of the continental US...

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Crape Myrtle Pruning: Avoiding Crape Murder

Crape Myrtle Pruning: Avoiding Crape Murder

Crape Murder or topping may be an easier form of pruning especially when you want to control the size of your Crape Myrtle, but it makes your tree weaker. By removing most of the branches and cutting your tree back to the trunks you can actually promote several issues that result in an unhealthy and less attractive tree.
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Junipers in the landscape

Junipers are Amazing!

Junipers are indisputably the most useful and easy to grow landscape shrubs out there. These evergreen bushes are hardy, beautiful, low maintenance, and grow throughout the United States. The versatile Juniper is widely used by professional landscapers because this tough plant thrives with almost no care and offers year-round interest.

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red crape myrtle trees

Choosing the Right Crape Myrtle Tree

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.
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