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Landscaping with Native Plants

Native Plants

These beautiful selections have been here before the earliest settlers and are common throughout the state. If found in the wild, you are advised to leave them in their natural state and to purchase them at a quality garden center.

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A Guide to Choosing Roses

choosing roses

Picking the perfect rose for your landscape is just as important as keeping care of them. This guide will help you decide which variety is best for you.

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Growing Grapes

growing grapes

Thinking of making your own wine or just like having a handy snack available in your garden? Grapes are a popular choice for around the home, and we have provided the basic steps you need to get this vine started.

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Plants that LOVE Full Sun

Full Sun Plants

While everyone loves the sun, including beautiful plants and shrubs, some like it better than others. If you need something that will thrive and embrace “full sun,” then look here for great ideas.

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Deer and Rabbit Resistant Plants

Deer resistant plants

There’s nothing worse than planting a beautiful garden only to find out that some common outdoor animals have just mistaken it for lunch. Here are a list of plants that are typically deer and rabbit resistant.

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Caring for Roses

Garden Fence with Roses

Keeping the beauty of roses throughout the season is an art. Here are some tips to get you started in the right direction so you can enjoy the lasting allure of a freshly bloomed rose.

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Butterflies and Hummingbirds

Adding a flutter of color to your backyard is easy by adding these recommended plants to your space. These plants are sure to attract beautiful butterflies and elusive hummingbirds.
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