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Variegated Liriope For The Landscape

Variegated Liriope For The Landscape

Submitted by • about 4 days ago

www.plantingtree.com - It also flowers! Enjoy light purple flowers popping from the middle of the plant in September which make it a colorful groundcover. Enjoy year-round interest with the Variegated! This Liriope is super easy to grow and is deer tolerant too! Plant this ...

Greensboro Red Camellia

Greensboro Red Camellia

Submitted by • about 1 week ago

www.plantingtree.com - The Greensboro Red Camellia is a great addition to your landscape. With multi season interest, this shrub be sure to be a perfect accent and/or focal point. Bear in mind, that this Camellia prefers partial sun to partial shade and ...

Carolina Yellow Jessamine

Carolina Yellow Jessamine

Submitted by • about 2 weeks ago

www.plantingtree.com - The Yellow Jasmine thrives in full sun, but can tolerate a small amount of shade. It can grow in any soil that isn't overly saturated. Water deeply twice weekly for 1 to 2 months after planting. Once established, water as ...

Jazz Hands Loropetalum

Jazz Hands Loropetalum

Submitted by • about 2 weeks ago

www.plantingtree.com - The Jazz Hands Loropetalum is an outstanding way to add year-round color to any style of landscape. Plant as a specimen or focal plant or add to a mixed bed. The purple leaves are a superb contrast to any plant, ...

The Red Bougainvillea

The Red Bougainvillea

Submitted by • March 13, 2020

www.plantingtree.com - Although it is frost-sensitive and hardy in USDA hardiness zones 9b & 10, the red bougainvillea can be utilized as a houseplant or hanging basket in cooler climates. In the landscape, it makes an outstanding hot season plant, and also ...

Hydrangea Color Change

Hydrangea Color Change

Submitted by • March 11, 2020

www.plantingtree.com - Learn the facts on how to change the color of your hydrangeas from blue to pink. So you pink lovers are the lucky ones in the hydrangea gardener’s world. Follow these steps of hydrangea color change to get your pretty ...

Summer Crush Hydrangea

Summer Crush Hydrangea

Submitted by • March 6, 2020

www.plantingtree.com - Spring and fall are the best times to plant hydrangeas. Hydrangeas can be planted in winter in areas where the ground is digable and in summer with plenty of water. The Endless Summer Summer Crush hydrangea enjoys full sun to ...

Growing Roses In Pots

Growing Roses In Pots

Submitted by • March 4, 2020

www.plantingtree.com - Drift Roses are perfect for hanging baskets and mixed containers. These miniature ground cover rose bushes look great in containers and offer months of blooms. Your options are endless. For those of us who can’t plant in the ground ...

The Best Blueberry Fertilizer

The Best Blueberry Fertilizer

Submitted by • February 25, 2020

www.plantingtree.com - Feeds plants for up to 6-8 Weeks. An Organic Fertilizer that produces more berries with minor nutrients while giving blueberries, raspberries and strawberries the nutrients they need to thrive. Our Very Berry Fertilizer is specially formulated for blueberry bush care ...

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