Plants

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The Redbud is universally loved and is one of the best spring flowering trees. It is used by Native Americans in basket making because its...

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The berries get me every time. Little bright red beacons that draw me closer. Winterberry, loaded with bright red berries on slender twigs is one...

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To be planning your spring display (that is if you are in the northern hemisphere). I know this picture circulated the internet a lot earlier...

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I swear, the fact that Colorado is the second in our list is pure happenstance. I asked my 5 year old to pick a number...

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I first discovered Trilliums at the famous Lime Walk of Sissinghurst Castle Garden in Kent England. There, they were stunningly planted with a variety of...

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Native, Natives, Natives…everyone is talking about using natives. What is a native? To try and state simply, it’s a plant that is widely considered to...

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Relocating to New England from England about four years ago seemed, at the time, (and often still does) like the landscape equivalent of a chef...

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Trend #6 -Brown exudes luxury Brown as a feature in the landscape? Doesn’t that have a negative connotation (dead leaves, brown field, bare dirt)?  No!...

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grey and shiny - color trend 2008 - chrysocephalum apiculatum
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Zara inspired me to take a look around and see what we could offer in the spirit of the 2008 color trends. Here are some ideas...

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