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Why Gardening Is Good For Your Health

Why Gardening Is Good For Your Health

Submitted by • about 10 hours ago

www.plantingtree.com - Get the kids involved! Gardening is good for their health too. There is so much to teach and learn when it comes to gardening. Children absorb information like a sponge and gardening sparks curiosity. Gardening is good for their bodies ...

Briown Turkey Fig

Briown Turkey Fig

Submitted by • about 11 hours ago

www.plantingtree.com - When planting your Brown Turkey Fig tree be sure to choose the right location and conditions for your new tree to thrive. Spring and fall are ideal times to plant. However, if you avoid freezing temperatures and extreme heat you ...

Dwarf Buford Holly

Dwarf Buford Holly

Submitted by • about 12 hours ago

www.plantingtree.com - If you are looking for an attractive, but tough evergreen that is compact and requires virtually no maintenance, try the Dwarf Burford Holly hedge! This variety of Holly is the easiest to maintain. It has high deer, rabbit, insect, and ...

Pink Muhly Grass

Pink Muhly Grass

Submitted by • about 13 hours ago

www.plantingtree.com - When planting your Pink Muhly Grass choose the best location for this plant to thrive. This grass is recommended for growing zones 6 to 9. It grows and flowers best in full sun, but tolerates part shade, especially in zones ...

The Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper

The Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper

Submitted by • about 1 week ago

www.plantingtree.com - This juniper thrives in full to part sun and adapts to any soil that is well drained. They do like a neutral to acidic soil so if you know you have an alkaline soil choose an acidic fertilizer (most fertilizers ...

Ground Cover Junipers

Ground Cover Junipers

Submitted by • March 10, 2020

www.plantingtree.com - These plants are often referred to as Creeping Juniper. They spread out rather than growing tall. Groundcover Junipers are great for controlling erosion, rock gardens, mass planting, and replacing grass in areas difficult to mow. Junipers (Juniperus spp) are hardy ...

Summer Crush Hydrangea

Summer Crush Hydrangea

Submitted by • March 6, 2020

www.plantingtree.com - The Summer Crush hydrangea is a brand new dwarf addition to the Endless Summer® collection. With fabulous floral color ranging from deep pink to raspberry red to neon purple with blue highlights, Endless Summer knocked this spring 2019 addition out ...

Growing Miniature Roses

Growing Miniature Roses

Submitted by • March 5, 2020

bloominganomaly.com - These tiny roses are a great addition to any garden. Add them next to your other roses, mix them with other flowers, or fill a pot with these beautiful plants to add to your patio garden. Miniature roses are a great ...

The Holly Tree Selections

The Holly Tree Selections

Submitted by • March 5, 2020

www.plantingtree.com - Hollies tolerate full sun to part sun. They prefer a slightly acidic soil, but tend to adapt just about any well draining soil. After planting, adding a layer of 2 to 3 inches of mulch will help keep the soil ...

Black Diamond Crape Myrtles

Black Diamond Crape Myrtles

Submitted by • March 2, 2020

www.plantingtree.com - These stunning trees are drought tolerant and low maintenance. It is hard to believe you can get this unique and phenomenal beauty out of a plant that is so easy to grow! The Black Diamond series of crape myrtles are ...