How to Plant Gardenias in Virginia?

Answer Also known as cape jasmine, gardenias produce dark green glossy leaves that complement large white flowers, which bloom in mid-spring and summer. These fragrant evergreens grow between 2 and 8 feet... Read More »

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When can I plant gardenias?

The best time for planting a gardenia is in the spring or fall. If you are planting multiple gardenias, you should space them 3 to 6 feet apart. They do best in a soil with a pH level between 5 and... Read More »

Can you plant gardenias in Michigan?

Gardenias, large shrubs with glossy leaves and fragrant white flowers, thrive in USDA zones 8a through 10a. They cannot survive Michigan's cold winters. You can grow gardenias indoors, however, wit... Read More »

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How do I plant a Fraser fir in Virginia?

TimingPlant a Fraser fir in the spring, when the ground is thawed enough to till. This will give the young tree time to establish before the hot summer months. You can also plant in fall, early eno... Read More »