Use shrubs throughout your yard and as a border for a stunning look all year long. Learn more about six flowering shrubs that create pops of color in your garden.
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It’s critical to prune to help your trees and shrubs look their best. Not all trees should be pruned now, though. Here’s what you need to know.
Hollies make versatile landscape shrubs with year-round appeal. The sharpest hollies may deter intruders when planted under windows, while variegated varieties shine as elegant specimen shrubs.
Shrubs and vines solve many garden challenges. They fill blank spaces, add texture and bring height to the landscape.
Regular fertilizing improves the overall health of trees and shrubs, so they’re able to flourish. We’ll show you how to feed your hungry shrubs and trees.
Plant fragrant shrubs for a sweet-smelling landscape all year.
Blooming shrubs and vines pack a powerful punch in your garden. Plant honeysuckle and clematis vines for fragrance and to attract butterflies.
Fill in your landscape with shrubs this fall. Planting late in the year gives shrubs time to get established before winter dormancy.
Hurricanes wreak havoc on gardens, so start preparing long before the winds blow.
Pinch and prune flowering shrubs, hedges and perennials to keep the flowers coming.
How you water is more important than how often you water. Learn more about watering newly planted trees and shrubs.
Evergreen boxwood are a low-maintenance and deer-resistant shrub for Southern gardens. Learn more about planting this hardy favorite.