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Winterberry, Berry Poppins Illex verticillata. Dwarf variety 3'-4' Heavier fruiting than 'Red Sprite' Needs male pollinator, 'Mr. Poppins'

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Ilex verticillata

ilex verticillata comparison - Needs male pollinator, Red Sprite is short 3-4', Oostewijk has long lasting berries

Summersweet ('Crystalina' Clethra alnifolia) This dwarf summersweet has fragrant pure white flowers in late summer. It has dark glossy foliage and holds its tight dense shape without pruning. The dark green foliage turns yellow in fall. An excellent native plant for the home landscape. 3' x 3'

Buttonbush, 'Sugar Shack' Cephalanthus occidentalis 'SMCOSS' Colorful red fruit and glossy foliage. Add in cool looking, fragrant white flowers and you've got a delightful plant that shines from spring to fall. 3-4' x 4'

Winterberry Holly, Little Goblin (Ilex verticillata "NCIV1" The first ever tetraploid winterberry brings you extra big and abundant rich-red berries on a dwarf plant. You will treasure this plant for gardens, mass plantings or as a cut branch. Its compact size makes it ideal for residential landscapes. 3-5' x 3-5'

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Best White Flowers for Your Garden

Annabelle Hydrangea Light:Part Sun,Shade Zones:4-9 Plant Type:Shrub Plant Height:3-18 feet tallPlant Width:3-18 feet wide Landscape Uses:Containers,Beds & Borders,Slopes Special Features:Flowers,Attractive Foliage,Fall Color,Winter Interest,Cut Flowers,Dried Flowers,Easy to Grow

Weigela, Crimson Kisses A new, compact reblooming Weigela with a tidy, rounded shape covered with dark, lipstick-red flowers kissed with a white eye. Early trials exhibit hardiness to zone 4. (3' x 3')

Did you know that you can simply plant the top of a pineapple in a pot and grow another? Coolest house plant ever!

Wilma Goldcrest (Monterey) Cypress | Attractive dwarf evergreen conifer has a tight, columnar habit, reaching 6' - 8' tall and 1'-2' wide at maturity. Foliage is bright golden with a lemony fragrance. Full sun.

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How to Grow Passionflower

How to Grow Passionflower Passion flowers grows wild here. We have it growing all over our 100 acres I want to gather lots of them and plant them in a large group near our vegetable garden as well as in the yard

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How to grow cuttings—pinch for bigger blooms, root for more plants!

How to grow plant cuttings. Step-by-step instructions for pinching plants and rooting the cuttings.

Ninebark, 'Festivus Gold' (Physocarpus opulifolious 'Bert Darts G')A colorful, dwarf, native plant that has lots of appeal, this improved 'Dart's Gold' has a chunky, compact growth habit and thicker, heavier stems. The result is a sturdy plant with lots of easy color. It maintains its yellow color throughout the season. 3-4' x 4-5'

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Everything You Need to Know about Lemon Balm

Everything You Need to Know About Lemon Balm....ohhhhhhhhh my favorite garden herb... that and cilantro, oh and basil...

Winterhazel, Golden (Corylopsis, spicata 'Golden Spring' or 'Aurea') In spring the new foliage emerges acid yellow with a tint of red and orange, quickly maturing to a fresh canary yellow. Will hold its color well into summer in half day sun, in more shade it will fade to a lovely chartreuse. Older shrubs develop a graceful layered branching pattern that will show the dangling chains of winter flowers to perfection. In fall tones of yellow and orange are predominate. 4' x 4'

Coneflower The bright orange Echinacea 'Tiki Torch' is summer's hottest new coneflower variety. Once established, the sun-loving 'Tiki Torch' tolerates heat and drought while growing to a hearty 36 inches tall. Plant Tip: Clip off blooms as they fade, and new ones will continue growing well into fall.