Tag Archives: blooming

spring08

A Plant for All Seasons

One of the most exciting plants to be introduced to the public in the last 25 years, Heptacodium is truly a plant with a great future. Landscapers love Heptacodium (also called Seven Son Flower) because of its great versatility, hardiness and easy growth. You’ll love it because of its seasonal splendor. Heptacodium begins its seasonal […]

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Heavenly Hydrangeas

Last summer, one of our customers commented that his Hydrangea mop head plants weren’t blooming well. I speculated that the plants were probably experiencing excessive exposure to the cold winter, so I created a solution. I staked and wrapped every bush with burlap making sure to cover each bush completely. The wrapping remained intact all […]

spring06

Shady Characters

A stand of evergreens, a grouping of deciduous trees or even the sunless side of your home can seem a daunting area to landscape. Let’s face it – the most brilliant flowers, shrubs and trees often require some direct sunlight. But a lack of direct light doesn’t necessitate a lack of design. There are many […]