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Purple Sandcherry-Pruning and Propagating
Purple Flowering Sandcherry is an easy plant to grow, always a great seller because of its purple leaves and delicate pink flowers. Always in demand. How is this plant sold? Let me count the ways. Unrooted hardwood cuttings. An unrooted cutting is pretty much nothing but a stick. But because of the popularity of Purple… Click here to read more…
Heeling In Plants
What Does Heeling In Plants Mean? In the nursery business we often toss around terminology that some people get confused by. I often suggest to people that when they buy plants late in the fall to just “heel them in” until spring. And they often have no idea what I mean by that. Sometimes we… Click here to read more…
Do Your Plants Have Spider Mites?
Do your plants have spider mites?
Trim Your Burning Bush WAY BACK!!
The compact variety can grow to 12 tall or taller, but at the same time I’ve kept mine in my landscape trimmed to about 42″ for years. Burning Bush only puts out one really hard push of new growth each year in the spring. So if you trim your Burning Bush after that happens it… Click here to read more…
Hydrangeas: When do I prune them? Why didn’t they flower?
Hydrangeas can be divided into two categories. Those that bloom on the current year’s growth, and those that bloom on old wood, (last year’s growth). The Hydrangeas that bloom on old wood are from the macrophylla family. These include Nikko Blue, Endless Summer and many other pinks and blues. When I say they bloom on… Click here to read more…
Pruning Rose Bushes
Tree Pruning Tips and My 5-Year Experiment
It’s been over five years since we originally did this video so it’s time for an update and a follow up to how this pruning job worked out. I went back out to this tree and took some still photos that you will see here. When we posted this video we received a lot of… Click here to read more…
Pruning Azalea Bushes
Find out the secrets about pruning your azalea bushes and what NOT to do!
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