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Science In Gardening:

Science In Gardening:

Posted by Tammy Sons on Oct 03, 2019

For the typical homeowner, working in the garden is either a tedious but necessary task to be done before getting back to something more substantial, or it is a pleasurable respite from the tedio … read more
​The Use of Mitigation Plants

​The Use of Mitigation Plants

Posted by Tammy Sons on Mar 01, 2019

The Use of Mitigation Plants in Restoration PlantingThere are many conditions that will cause the natural landscape to experience imbalance or destruction, referred to here as a “disturbance even … read more
​Snow Hill Hydrangea

​Snow Hill Hydrangea

Posted by Tammy Sons on Dec 21, 2018

Snow Hill HydrangeaSnow hill hydrangea, Hydrangea arborescens, is a deciduous shrub maturing at 5' with a spread of up to 6'. Prefers neutral to acid soil and does best in partial sun. Best grown in&n … read more
​How To Landscape On A Budget

​How To Landscape On A Budget

Posted by Tammy Sons on Nov 14, 2018

How To Landscape On A BudgetWho says you cannot make the outside of your home look great on limited funds? Do it yourself projects are fun, and usually won't place a hole in your pocket. Learn exactly … read more
Burning Bush Is A Brilliant Colored Shrub

Burning Bush Is A Brilliant Colored Shrub

Posted by Tammy Sons on Nov 09, 2018

Burning Bush is a Brilliant Colored ShrubScientific Name: Euonymus alatusHardy Zones: 4-8Growth/Year: 3 to 5 feet per yearHeight: 15 feet to 30 feetWidth: 10 feet to 15 feetSoil Requirements: Prefers … read more