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Posts matching the tag "perennial"

10 Growing Huge Garden Plants easy to plant
How To Grow Huge Garden PlantsIf you are looking to grow huge garden plants, you need to follow some special tips and tricks.For starters, it all begins with the soil. The soil needs to be full of nutrients, but it also needs to have oxygen exposure. Tight, packed earth is not going to work well [...]
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10 Best Perennials For Sale. Available at TN Nursery.
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10 Foam Flowers that you can easily create. Available at TN
Wednesday, January 19FoamflowerThe Foamflower is a great little flower to have as an addition to your landscape. The foamflower has a small white bloom in the center with long, green slender leaves around it which sits low on the ground as a lush, green clump.The Foam flower blooms well in early spring to summer in [...]
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Flock to Phlox - planting and caring ideas. Available at TN
Wednesday, March 2PhloxTennessee Nursery's best selling wholesale perennial is Phlox. TN Nursery wholesale perennial phlox is always a perennial gardener's favorite plant. Phlox Bifida Stellaria Glade Phlox 4yr. Can grow to a height of under 6 inches, and requires full sun to partial shade. This plant blooms during late spring and early summer, and the flowers [...]
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The Language Of Landscaping s our native language.
Language of LandscapingDo you ever feel like landscaping is a foreign language someone forgot to teach you? Some of the words seem more complicated than they have to be, and some plain doesn't make any sense! For instance, annual is pretty harmless. That's a plant that lives for a year. But biennial? Something to do [...]
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The Cypress Family Benefit of Juniper Shrubs
A Cut Above- How to Trim Juniper ShrubsAs a member of the Cypress family, Junipers are fantastic shrubs for a reason. They are deer resistant, easy to grow, and stay green all year round. The downside is that without pruning, they can reach heights of twelve to fifteen feet. Trimming Juniper shrubs help to keep [...]
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Many Benefits of Landscaping with Native Plants
Landscaping with native plants is an excellent way of accentuating your home garden.Native plants are very diverse, and you can find many exciting varieties that blend well in your yard. Native plants are low maintenance and adaptable, so you do not have to worry a lot about them.Most native plants have evolved over the years [...]
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Bearded Iris - Planting Guide and Caring tips. Order now
The Bearded Iris is simply a magnificent flower with tons of potential in any garden or landscape area. It grows best in climate zones three through nine and will grow anywhere from eight to fifteen inches in height. It prefers areas will full sunlight or partial shade environments and conditions. It shows its colors from spring [...]
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How to Add African Violets! in your garden on a pot.
Saintpaulia, commonly referred to as African violet, is native to Tanzania and Kenya. African Violets are also native to the most tropical places in the world. You do not typically grow these from seed. Most people grow them by cutting part of the plant and using pieces to grow a new plant. Because you do not [...]
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Creeping Myrtle - Planting care and growing guide
If you are interested in a plant that will be low maintenance, beautiful, and spreads fast, then you may be interested in Creeping Myrtle. With its shiny, evergreen leaves and star-shaped, inch wide purplish-blue blossoms, it is a beautiful addition to any landscape area or garden. There are several varieties of this lovely plant, including some [...]
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Sage: A Wondrous Herb - Meaning and Symbolism. Visit TN
Sage is the common name for a large group of plants in the genus Salvia. There are around 900 species widely distributed around the world. Many species are grown as ornamentals because of their attractive flowers or foliage. There are, of course, the ones grown for their culinary uses.Common sage is a native of the northern [...]
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