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New Work: Bocce Court

Even a side yard can be fun- bocce anyone? With real oyster shell surfacing.
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Heavenly Bamboo

Nandina domestica also known as “heavenly bamboo” is an evergreen and is easy to grow and likes full to partial shade. It looks best when...
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Pick of the week: Garlic

Garlic is easy to grow and produces numerous bulbs after a long growing season and is frost tolerant. Plant garlic about 2 months before the...
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Pick of the week: Mums

Chrysanthemum (Dendranthema x grandiflorum) are also known as “mums” for short. The flower heads are composed of a cluster of many flower heads. This our...
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Pick of the Week: Asters

Asters Italian aster (Aster amellus) are daisy-like perennials and are super easy to grow. There are over 600 varieties. The yellow center...
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Pick of the Week: Pumpkins

One of the most well-known winter squashes, pumpkins can be used in a variety of different ways- whether you’re in the kitchen making something sweet...
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Pick of the Week: Hosta ‘Undulata’

Hosta ‘Undulata’ have wavy leaves with a white center and produce lilac flowers in the summer time which attract bees These are a very popular...
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New Garden Structure

A new garden structure looks out past a small water feature to the deck- a great place for yoga!
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Pick of the Week: Bluebeard

BLUEBEARD (Caryopteris x clandonensis ‘Dark Night’) This deciduous shrub is a delightful blooming surprise at the end of summer. Different than most bluebeards, ‘Dark Night’...
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Conscious Gardening: Best Water Conscious Gardening Techniques

Conscious Gardening Best Water Conscious Gardening Techniques It’s August and it’s dry (or at least it is suppose to be), and gardening with water consciousness...
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