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Ornamental Trees And Shrubs articles at Dave's Garden

210 articles were found tagged as Ornamental Trees And Shrubs:

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ArticleAuthorPublish Date
Florida Anise, An Uncommon Evergreen Shrub Marie Harrison December 24, 2009
Sweetshrub, a Necessary Shrub for Fragrant Gardens Marie Harrison January 21, 2010
Fairy rings and other plant lore Dana Garmon January 20, 2010
Buying, Transplanting, and Caring for Bareroot Plants TC Conner February 1, 2010
The Skeleton in the Garden Toni Leland February 3, 2010
Forsythia A Future Spring Yellow Explosion In My Garden Adina Dosan March 29, 2010
Loropetalum, Saucy Cousin of Witchhazel Marie Harrison April 19, 2010
Add a Touch of the Far East to Your Garden: Pieris japonica Toni Leland April 9, 2012
Phytoremediation: Popular Poplars Larry Rettig August 9, 2012
Big Beautiful Butterfly Bushes: A Treat for You and the Critters Toni Leland July 12, 2012
Amelanchier - Spring-flowering Shrubs for Multiple Uses Todd Boland October 15, 2010
Photinia and Aronia - Shrubs for Foliage, Flowers and Fruit Todd Boland April 24, 2014
Fatsia japonica, a Shady-Loving, Evergreen Shrub Marie Harrison September 30, 2010
Heaven in the Garden: Blue Flowers and Plants Gwen Bruno November 1, 2010
Fall foliage is not just for trees -- "Yellow" shrubs Sally G. Miller September 12, 2012
Don't Get Burned by "Burning Bush" Carrie Lamont March 22, 2013
Trees and Their Veneration in the Western World Larry Rettig January 17, 2011
When common is not ordinary, even if it is "plane" Sally G. Miller June 14, 2011
Ceanothus - An American in Paris Kelli Kallenborn June 22, 2012
Cotinus: Smokin' Hot! Tamara Galbraith June 1, 2011
Nothing Better Than A Linden Tea Adina Dosan July 27, 2011
Native Trees for Fall Color Marie Harrison September 12, 2011
Italian Cypress: A Tall, Dark Italian Kelli Kallenborn October 6, 2011
More Trees for Fall Color Marie Harrison October 3, 2011
Fothergilla- Lesser-known native shrub with big fall color Sally G. Miller October 25, 2011
Texas Gardeners Stay Busy Through Fall Tamara Galbraith October 6, 2012
Spotlight on the Paperbark Maple Lucile Whitman, owner of Whitman Farms November 5, 2011
Lady Bird Johnson, First Lady of wildflowers! Carrie Lamont December 22, 2012
The Mighty Oak: Our National Tree Marie Harrison January 31, 2012
Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis) cultivars offer lovely choices beyond "red buds" Sally G. Miller April 13, 2012
Viburnums, Dependable Landscape Shrubs Marie Harrison May 4, 2012
Verticillium wilt: how to diagnose it, what to do about it Sally G. Miller August 16, 2012
Texas Ranger, Leucophyllum frutescens Kelli Kallenborn October 1, 2012
Fall foliage is not just for trees: "Red" shrubs Sally G. Miller October 24, 2012
Pride of Barbados, Caesalpinia pulcherrima Kelli Kallenborn October 18, 2012
Checklist of timely tips for November gardening Sally G. Miller November 1, 2012
Have You Tasted A Persimmon? Diana Wind November 6, 2012
Manzanita Kelli Kallenborn January 23, 2013
Lucky Bean Plant: A New Curiosity is Really a Flowering Tropical Tree Sally G. Miller March 20, 2013
Delightful, Spring Blooming, Fragrant Mockorange (Philadelphus) Sally G. Miller May 17, 2013

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