Encore Azaleas

July 10, 2017

Azaleas have been a mainstay in southern gardens for many decades.  Their incredible floral show in the spring combined with their small […]

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Hydrangeas

May 01, 2017

Welcome to the big blooming world of hydrangeas, another sentimental shrub.  The most asked for variety is the “mop”head hydrangea.  Its’ botanical […]

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Trees that Bloom Pink in Spring

February 15, 2017

The daylight hours are lengthening and the Mother Nature is confusing us with the struggle between winter and spring.   Bulbs begin to emerge from […]

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Pruning is All About Timing

January 30, 2017

To prune or not to prune?  Such contemplation can lead to frustration.  Or, you may be the, “Just cut away, it’ll be […]

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Screening Plants

October 24, 2016

Does your neighbor remind you more of Sanford and Son than Mr. and Mrs. Tidy across the street?  Maybe the sound or […]

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Small Trees for the Landscape

October 13, 2016

Since the 1950’s the average size of newly  built, single family homes has continued to increase while the average lot size has been on […]

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All About Camellias

October 03, 2016

Camellias are popular shrubs that have been adored in southern gardens for decades.  It is hard to exclude a plant from the […]

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