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  • Deciduous Interest

    December 05, 2011
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    Perhaps you have already purchased your winter greens, scavenged branches from local Christmas tree farms, and are looking for accents that wont cost you an arm and a leg; deciduous trees and shrubs could be your solution. Interesting colored stems could be a natural focal point for a wreath or centerpiece, contorted branches could be a great insert into your containers, and never forget the added essence of berries and nuts in your winter displays.

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  • Winter is approaching rapidly but the work of the gardener is never done. Some of the most interesting aspects of your garden can be presented during the winter months. Dormancy is one of the best times to sharpen up the shears and head outdoors. The pruning of needled evergreens is best done in the late winter/early spring and definitely not advisable passed the beginning of June for many species (except for pinching), however, there is an added benefit when pruning right before the holiday season.

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  • Fall Watering for Trees

    October 18, 2011
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    Contrary to popular belief, fall is still a good time for watering your trees. When it is winter trees are not able to access water, so it is important that you are watering your trees in the fall, especially if rain is scarce.

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  • The weather here in March may be a bit cool, windy, and rainy but don’t let that stop you from getting outside to clean up your garden for spring. Here are 5 important things to do now before it does get warm out and becomes too late to don’t forget these important garden chores.

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  • Gladiolus Garden Tip

    August 20, 2010
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    Our Gladioli at TBG are scattered throughout the Color Garden and Cottage Garden sections of the Perennial Garden, they come in a wide range of colors and are blooming now as they begin in July and will actually bloom all the way until frost. The flowers make some of the best cut flowers for arranging, […]

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