Blizzard Mockorange Blog Photo

Blizzard Mockorange: Not an Orange…

As spring arrives the early bloomers like cherries, plums, apricots and forsythia are ...

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Miss Kim Lilac

Miss Kim Lilac: Her Name is Kim

The one species of shrubs we carry the most varieties of is undoubtedly lilacs. At lea...

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Annabelle Hydrangea Blog Photo

Annabelle Hydrangea: Elegance in Bloom

Annabelle Hydrangea and its family members (hydrangea arborescence) are very popular s...

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Northern Gold Forsythia Blog Photo

Northern Gold Forsythia: Spring Gold

This time I’m giving you the good news first: the Northern Gold Forsythia is a beautif...

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Magic Carpet Spirea Blog Photo

Magic Spirea: Small, Enchanting Beauty

This is a small spirea by all standards. It only stands 12 to 15 inches tall. It is a ...

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Are You Zoned Out

Are You Zoned Out?

Now that the snow has come and it feels like winter, we might as well talk about winte...

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Snow Load Blog Photo

Snow Load

Heavy wet snow load is changing columnar trees into weeping trees this fall! I have several varieties of trees on my ...

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The Pits Part 2

The Pits (Part 2)

And we are back, let's dive right back into the pits... figuratively. We will start with Native Plums. There are two ...

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The Pits Part 1

The Pits (Part 1)

Let’s talk about the pits. No, not the holes in the roads or the rough patches of our lives, I’m talking about pitted...

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