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 Flowering Shrubs for Northern Exposure?

Answer Northern exposure sites are the areas with the lowest light intensity. Though the area is bright in the morning, the plants in these sites do not get any direct sun. Gardening in northern exposure ... Read More »
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Red Flowering Shrubs & Evergreens?

Red flowering shrubs lend vibrant color to garden areas and the overall landscaping of homes, office buildings and private and public grounds. There are many red flowering varieties that can be gr... Read More »
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How do i prune flowering shrubs?

TimingPrune your flowering shrubs in the spring, after the blooms are faded. New blossoms grow on branches that are 1 year old, so by waiting until the blooms fade you encourage new blossoms on the... Read More »
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Japanese Flowering Shrubs?

Japanese flowering shrubs add a dash of the exotic to any landscape. Placed among more common plants, they create a focal point in the garden. In containers on the front doorstep, they make a state... Read More »
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Flowering Bushes & Shrubs?

Flowering bushes and shrubs make a nice border for large gardens, porches and patios. Some can be grown in portable containers. Flowering shrubs can be fragrant or non-fragrant, short or tall, with... Read More »
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