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Propagating Succulents

How to propagate succulents. They are easy to take care of and so many different ones to chose from.

Burning bush -- dark green in summer & red in fall, easy to grow & minimal care, full sun/part shade, 5 ft high, cold & drought hardy, disease resistant, fast growing

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How to Care for Knockout Roses

Knockout roses - planting and care

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How to Propagate Bougainvillea

Propagate Bougainvillea (I need to do this to our bougainvillea tree soon. I'd like to plant the cutting elsewhere in our yard)

Despite asking the yard guy to not "crape murder" my myrtle... he did. Next year, I wiill use this guide and do it myself (and save some $$ ).

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Beginner's Guide to Crepe Myrtle Care

Beginner's Guide to Crepe Myrtles ~ @Kathryn Jones Living gives great information on how to Select ~ Plant & Care for this loveliest of southern flowering trees.

These Gardenia Trees are a great addition to any patio- they fill up your yard with a sweet fragrance, but require minimal maintenance! #BrighterBlooms

border along the back in front of the cedars to keep mulch in and grass clippings out...stone border instead...

This stately Eastern red cedar was discovered in Taylor, Nebraska. Its tall, slender form, reminiscent of Italian cypress, earned it its spot in this program. It can grow up to 25 feet tall but only 3-4 feet wide, which means no pruning. These elegant trees, with beautiful blue-green needles, often are planted on either side of an entryway for a formal look. They are also effective in creating privacy screens. Zones: (3b) 4-9

Pruning Crape Myrtles - Correct pruning yields gracefully shaped trees with more blooms that are held upright on strong stems. And flowers arrive earlier than do those on unpruned or mispruned plants.

Fig trees are one of the easiest fruit trees to grow. Here's how to care for them organically. | From Organic Gardening