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May's Booming Blooms

Apr 29, 2015 2:58:52 PM

Written by McKay Staff in Plants & Flowers

May's Booming Blooms – May is the month that really blows the other months away when it comes to beautiful blooms. While forsythia, rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias are finishing up, other plants are ready for the spring show such as spring flowering bulbs, redbud, crabapples, lilacs, various viburnums, and not to mention some of the earlier perennials like Lungwort, Brunnera, Columbine and Bleeding Heart. Pick them, share them and enjoy fresh cut blooms while they are here.

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Spring Cleaning for your Landscape

Mar 20, 2015 1:38:09 PM

Written by McKay Staff in Gardening 101 How-to Guide

Spring Cleaning for your Landscape – A good spring cleaning for your landscape is the most important maintenance of the year. You can begin in late March when the snow is gone.

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February Landscaping Tips

Feb 9, 2015 11:10:46 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Gardening 101 How-to Guide

February Landscaping Tips – Winter is a great time to prune certain trees and shrubs, and to plan out landscaping projects with a design professional to ensure the right plants are going in the right space. Planning is the key to any great landscape. Below are McKay's February Landscaping Tips:

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How to Winterize Your Shrub Roses

Nov 4, 2014 10:45:09 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Problem Solvers Gardening 101 How-to Guide

How to Winterize Your Shrub Roses – It's that time of year again to winterize your shrub roses. The end of November is the best time to insulate the base with a little extra mulch for the long winter ahead.

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Edible Landscaping

Aug 28, 2014 8:24:10 AM

Edible Landscaping – As the sweet corn begins to tassel out and the garden tomatoes start ripening, it’s a perfect time of the year to talk about edible landscaping. This practical approach integrates food plants with ornamental or decorative plants in your landscape. It’s a great way to enjoy fresh homegrown fruits, vegetables and herbs.

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