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Crassula Red Pagoda

Crassula ‘Red Pagoda’

(Crassula) If you are looking for a unique succulent with incredible texture, Crassula ‘Red Pagoda’ is a must. The deep green foliage looks like small triangles stacked on top of one another creating up to a 6-8 inch stem. ‘Red Pagoda’ will appear green most of the time but in the winter the cooler temperatures

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Annual Flowers

Easy Annuals for Busy Homeowners

My niece loves to garden, and I am so happy to see her passing along that passion to her young children. But with four under the age of 8, tasks like fertilizing and deadheading realistically just aren’t going to get done. She needs beautiful flowers that require very little from her to fill her porch

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Crassula Gollum

Crassula ‘Gollum’

(Crassula) Crassula ovata ‘Gollum’ is part of the Jade family. The long tubular looking leaves have red tips that look like little suction cups. This easy to grow succulent likes to be grown in full sun to part shade locations. The more sun your plant gets the brighter green it will be. Crassula ‘Gollum’ is

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Caring for Your Hemerocallis (Daylilies)

Common Name(s): Daylily Description: Daylilies are one of the most popular and widely grown perennials. In fact, Hemerocallis is the second most popular perennial in the United States, second only to Hosta. Daylilies form attractive clumps with smooth grass-like foliage. The long, narrow leaves are heavily ribbed and two ranked, forming regular fans. Daylilies are

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Caring for Your Phlox

Common Name(s): Garden Phlox, Tall Phlox Description: With its aromatic, bright, and showy long-lasting flower clusters Phlox paniculata has become a staple in today’s landscapes. Garden phlox is one of the most recognizable and widely grown perennials. Recent breeding efforts have brought several improvements to this already popular species of perennial plants including a wide

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Caring for Your Iris

Common Name(s): Bearded Iris, German Iris Description: With their ease of growth and colorful displays, Irises are ideal perennials for most gardeners. In the late spring to early summer they produce stately, showy blooms in a wide array of colorations and textures. Nearly every color of the rainbow is represented and the petals of the

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