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Spring — Spectacular Plant, Gardens and Landscapes
If you've never experienced the joy of accomplishing more than you can imagine, plant a garden. ~Robert Brault
Love is like a beautiful flower which I may not touch, but whose fragrance makes the garden a place of delight just the same. ~ Helen Keller
Color in May comes from more than a bouquet of blossoms for Mom on Mother’s Day! Plan ahead and give Mom a living bouquet that changes with the seasons. Blooming shrubs can provide a “pop” of color as well as being a staple item in your landscape.
Ever since the Encore® Azalea arrived on the scene, gardens have been graced with the beautiful blooms of Azaleas from Spring through Fall. This collection tolerates more sun and is more cold tolerant than the average Azalea. Another winner to the plant scene is the Knock Out® Rose and all its siblings. From single to double blooms, this family provides continuous flowers until the first freeze. Low maintenance and attractive foliage, this winner will be here to stay! Hydrangeas offer another look with their large clusters of tiny flowers. There are many new varieties that will rebloom on old or new wood thus extending the season of flowers. Glossy green foliage makes a lovely background for the Winter blooming Camellia. The showy, sometimes fragrant, flowers add a colorful touch to somewhat drab surroundings. With this line-up of winners there is no reason to have a boring landscape!
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Plant Spring Annuals and Perennials.
Plant Caladium bulbs.
Plant trees, shrubs and roses.
Water deeply to promote deep root growth.
Cover plant roots with 3 to 4 inches of mulch to reduce evaporation and protect them from the summer heat.
Plant fresh herbs in containers on your patio.
Protect plants from insects o