Shrubs That Produce a Red Dye?

Answer Plants and shrubs were the first source of textile dyes. In all cultures, spinners and weavers used native flora to provide color to their handiwork. Although chemical dyes provide a more uniform a... Read More »

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How to Dig Up Shrubs?

Shrubs can seem to take on a life of their own when they are invading other flower beds or lawn areas. Shrubs like the Japanese Barberry, autumn olive, wintercreeper and multiflora rose are conside... Read More »

How do i cut shrubs?

Trim down shrubs to a height of six inches when first planted. Use long-handled pinking shears to cut large sections of shrubs away, during the beginning of spring. This allows the plant to recover... Read More »

How do I prune old shrubs?

When to PruneThin out evergreen and deciduous shrubs grown for foliage in late winter, before new growth starts. Prune spring blooming shrubs in early summer, after they have flowered. Prune shrubs... Read More »

How to Mix Different Color Shrubs?

Shrubs add interest and depth to the landscaping around your home, according to the University of Maine. Many shrubs provide multiple season interest with flowers in the spring or summer and bright... Read More »