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How to Grow Japanese Maple Trees

How to Grow Beautiful Japanese Maple Trees

Lilac Trees, incredibly fragrant and attractive small trees. These look alot easier to maintain than the bushes! Could this be the Miss Kim standard

Persian Shield. Easily multiplied by simply breaking off and sticking in potting soil. You can have all you want and save money too

Dwarf conifers & Japanese Maples [Abies cvs.; Pinus cv.; Acer palmatum cvs.]. Jim Swift, Bellingham, WA

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Fall Garden Design Lessons

Work with the Light Autumn light can be stunning -- so take advantage of its golden glow to create garden art. The cascading cutleaf Japanese maple shown here, for example, glows in the late-season sun. Because the tree matures at 10 feet tall, it won't overpower the vinca groundcover or dwarf evergreens growing nearby.

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Our Favorite Small Trees

Crabapple trees produce beautiful flowers and fruit to brighten your yard. More small trees for your yard: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/trees/popular-small-trees

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The Best Perennials for Your Yard

Japanese Forestgrass: Here's the perfect plant to brighten shady spots in your yard. Japanese forestgrass bears screamingly chartreuse foliage in a gracefully arching mound that looks good from spring to fall.

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Our Favorite Small Trees

In late spring and summer, this Golden Chain Tree bears beautiful hanging clusters of yellow flowers. More small trees: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/trees/popular-small-trees/?socsrc=bhgpin071413goldenchain=8

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20 Best Perennials for Your Garden

Top 20 Perennials for Your Garden-once you plant them,they just keep coming year after year-a very good thing

Buy a gorgeous Japanese Flowering Cherry Tree to add to your landscape and help a great cause at the same time! Plus, right now, every member that orders will receive a free Red Maple! Click the pic for more info.

One of the reason's that this works so well is that the plants are planted close together, and their heights are varied. If you have a small area that is crying out for color you could match this easily with several one gallon pots. They also used hard scape with the stones and bark. The backdrop of green foliage really brings the colors together.

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Power Perennials: Plants That Thrive No Matter What

Artemisia- Artemisia has beautiful silver-gray foliage that won’t fade in the hot sun. This hardy perennial is also drought and insect resistant, and the branches make a wonderful addition to indoor flower arrangements.

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Create Privacy in Your Yard

Add Windows If your space is small, create windows, as seen in this gate, and vary the height of your plants or structures. That will give the area some visual relief -- and give your yard a playful quality.