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Drought alert

Last week I saw a lot of plants stressing out due to the dry weather.  This week temperatures in the 90’s and no rain in site is expected.  Please water any new plants.  Plants installed this spring are still new and prone to desiccation.  Please water thoroughly.  One good solid watering could do the trick

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Summer Shorts

I had the amazing opportunity to do some work in France this summer. I was in Giverny, real close to the site of Claude Monet’s homestead, so naturally I visited the famous gardens and lily pond. They had a museum and his old homestead on the site; however, I spent the entire day just in

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Remember Playing With Bugs?

During one of the conferences I attended this winter I learned that bumble bees and butterflies are actually entering into the endangered lists. I knew we were having problems but to see the rusty patched bumble bee that was abundant across more than half of our states the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said, is

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A Pop Of Sunny Color

How’s this for a pop of color. This is a Golden Weigelia. A new easy care plant for sunny areas. Planting these in the spring.   How's this for a pop of color. This is a Golden Weigelia. A new easy care plant for sunny areas. Posted by Naturescape, LLC on Tuesday, January 31, 2017  

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When a Tree Goes Too Deep

Sadly, we just had to dig up and replace a 9′ white pine. We offer lifetime guarantees for our plants because we are of the 7% contractors who plant trees correctly. http://www.joshclaybourn.com/when-a-tree-goes-too-deep/  

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