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  • Roses for the home garden

    Roses are one of the most popular garden plants in the world due to the diversity of plant form, flower color, and fragrance. 
  • Spring lawn care tips

    Lawns are subject to many stressors such as weather extremes, foot traffic, diseases, etc. It is no surprise to find a few areas of lawn that are bare or thin.
  • Pruning tips for overgrown or animal damaged shrubs

    Deciduous shrubs that are overgrown or damaged by animals can be a real eye sore in a landscape planting.
  • Snow mold in home lawns

    As the snow continues to melt from the lawn, patches of snow mold may be revealed.
  • Planting strawberries in the home garden

    Strawberries are a delicious summertime treat, especially when you pick them from your garden.
  • Apple tree pruning basics

    Yearly pruning of apple trees is critical to maintain optimum fruit production.
  • Sunshine brings indoor bugs

    As the weather continues to warm, some of us may find unwanted visitors in the interior of our home.
  • Over-wintering tender bulbs

    With frost, the blooming life of cannas, dahlias, gladiolas, and calla lilies will come to an end. Because of their tender nature, the corms, tubers, and rhizomes (grouped together as “tender bulbs”) that produce these plants are killed by our cold winters and cannot be left in the soil.
  • Late summer lawn care tips

    Late summer and fall are an active time of growth for our lawns and it is important to keep them adequately watered if rainfall is insufficient.
  • Plant hardy bulbs for spring beauty

    Spring flowering bulbs such as tulip, daffodil, grape hyacinth, and Siberian squill add beauty to any landscape.
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