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2012 Blogs

The Grassy Patch

By Kyle McKeanApril 27th, 2012

I don’t consider myself a gardener by any stretch of the imagination, but over the last few years, I’ve really enjoyed learning about plants. I’ve learned that although plants can sound very complicated and overwhelming, there are really a few basic things that you need to know and follow. Plants...

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Kristen's Garden

By Kristen SmithApril 24th, 2012

The landscape has already changed so much in just the first few weeks of spring. Magnolias have boomed and faded. The early blooming Daffodils have already come and gone, and my Forsythia shrubs have also finished up. I love these popular staples of spring, but I also love the less glamorous,...

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Four New Roses to Plant This Spring

By Guest BloggerApril 20th, 2012

It’s exciting to look forward to seeing all your favorite roses bloom again. But, if you have some spots to fill in your garden, or just like to keep up on the newest varieties, there are some great new additions available now. Leading the way, of course, is the 2012 All-America Rose Selections...

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Popcorn Drift® Rose Introduced at California Spring Trials

By Guest BloggerApril 18th, 2012

It won’t be available to consumers until 2013, but the Popcorn Drift® rose is already making a great impression. The latest addition to the Drift® family recently debuted at the 2012 California Spring Trials, an annual event that brings together breeders, growers, and other horticultural...

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Drift Away with Drift® Roses

By Guest BloggerApril 16th, 2012

Drift® Roses have been called “the next big thing for small gardens,” and who can argue? A cross between full-size groundcover roses and miniature roses, these compact beauties liven up those hard-to-fill spots in both large and small gardens. They are also ideal for perennial beds or hillsides –...

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