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If one of your goals is to garden more sustainably, consider incorporating a rain garden into your landscape. These gardens can look a lot like a perennial garden to help them blend in well with your other garden beds, but they serve a unique ecological purpose. The primary function of
Robins enjoying Berry Poppins® winterberries. Photo courtesy of Spring Meadow Nursery. It’s no coincidence that shrubs tend to produce their berries in late summer and fall rather than in the spring. One reason is because plants and birds have coevolved to benefit one another. Fall berries tend to be high
If you are like many people, you are looking for plants that do it all—provide year-round beauty, color and interest in the landscape. Here are ten of our very best that will help you accomplish that goal in your garden design. #1 – Pyramidal Evergreens Pyramidal evergreen trees and shrubs