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Privacy Screen - Use Hollies for Shade Areas.

17th October 2011
Nellie Stevens and Emily Bruner Hollies are two excellent choices for privacy screens with partial shade. They have an advantage of being more shade tolerant than Leyland Cypress or Thuja Green Giant, which are the number one privacy screen trees but requ... Read >
Author: David Watterson

About Different Varieties of Strawberry plants

01st April 2011
Everybody loves to eat strawberry, and always put their heart overwhelmingly on this fruit. But most of the people are not aware of its growing and places to collect its seedlings. At gardening direct you can see wide arrays of strawberry plants with grea... Read >
Author: andruronallds

How To Take Care Of The Zelkova Bonsai

22nd February 2011
The Zelkova bonsai is a popular species, used by most cultivators, as it is a tough plant that is easy to grow and it has great resistance to diseases and other infestations. This bonsai plant is available in two varieties. One is the Chinese Zelkova, whi... Read >
Author: Paul Smith

How To Build A Backyard Fish Pond

11th May 2010
A backyard fish pond will augment the beauty of your garden, there is no question about that. A backyard fish pond will add a focal point to a messy garden and will make a beautiful backyard or garden even more attractive. There is something pleasant abou... Read >
Author: Owen Jones

Chaste Tree Berry (Vitex agnus-castus) - Side Effects and Benefits

05th July 2007
Botanical Name: Vitex agnus-castusOther Common Names: Chaste Tree, Abraham's balm, Monk's pepper, chaste lamb-tree, safe tree, Indian-spice, wild pepper, chasteberry, vitex, agnus-castus.Habitat: The Chaste Tree is native to the Mediterranean region but i... Read >
Author: Alien

Green Giant- A fast Growing Arborvitae

01st August 2006
Our farm, Highland Hill Farm, is located in solid clay which is common in the northeast region of the United States. We therefore like plants that grow well in dense, heavy, rather impermeable, NOT well-drained soils. One of the arborvitas, the Green Gian... Read >
Author: William Hirst

Green Giant Arbor Vita

13th July 2006
Green Giant Arbor Vitae is a major addition to the arbor vitae family of trees for the homeowner. Our farm, Highland Hill Farm, is located in solid clay. We therefore like plants that grow well in dense, heavy, rather impermeable, NOT well-drained so... Read >
Author: William Hirst
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