Experienced gardeners know that a fall planting gives perennials, shrubs and trees extra time to establish roots without the stress of heat.
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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.
Looking for slow-growing shrubs that won’t require much in the way of pruning or frequent watering once established? This list is for you.
The cornerstone of proper tree care, pruning invigorates trees and shrubs. A sensible trim keeps trees looking good, maintains tree health and wards off pests and diseases by eliminating unhealthy branches.
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.
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Beautiful evergreen azaleas that bloom in spring and again in fall are among the best low-care shrubs for warm climates. Plus, these vigorous azaleas
When it comes to trees and shrubs, it’s fall, not spring, that is the ideal time to plant.
When it comes to trees and shrubs, it’s fall, not spring, that is the ideal time to plant. With cool temperatures and increased rainfall,
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.