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Plant Care Guides

From light and water requirements to fertilizing, pruning and more, get expert tips to keep your plants happy and healthy.

Loved for its blue-to-purple flowers and explosive growth, Wisteria is ideal for any space in your garden. It’s particularly great for those looking to add draping ...

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Why are Double Knock Out Roses so popular? For starters, they’re extremely cold hardy and heat resistant.Double Knock Out Rosesare recommended for growing zones 5 ...

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As spring transitions into summer (and super hot temperatures), it's time to highlight one of our month-to-month favorites: The Miss Kim Lilac. Not only does ...

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Low-maintenance trees that flower for months: What’s not to love about the Crape Myrtle? Their blooms, fall foliage and attractive, peeling bark provide year-round interest ...

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Don't be a victim of the unnecessary practice of trimming off the tops of your Crape Myrtles (also called Crepe Myrtles) and leaving them bare. ...

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Pruning: Arguably the most intimidating step when it comes to caring for your garden. Andreally, it's a rite of passage.Successful pruning means you've reached the ...

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Are you eating citrus fruits? Though it's cold outside, it’s the perfect time to enjoy the exotic taste of juicy, sweet oranges, tangerines, clementines, and ...

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Most gardeners think that tropical fruits, citrus, and beyond can only be grown in exotic locations, especially if they live in northern areas. But we're ...

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Now that we’re well into the fall season (with the temperatures to finally prove it!), we’re covering anything and everything related to one of our ...

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As temperatures drop below zero across the country, you might be wondering: How is it possible for my fruit trees to survive, much less thrive? ...

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As temperatures drop down into the 50-degree range and below, it’s about that time to move tropical plants indoors for the colder months. By following ...

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Learn how to grow your favorite fruit trees at home! In this video series, follow along as the Cook family adds life to their small ...

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You asked, we answered! Citrus trees are some of our most popular - and most frequently asked-about - plants. And whether you have a patio Meyer ...

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So, we've talked a lot about flowering cherry treessince the start of spring but for good reason: Floweringcherries are the symbol of the season. And ...

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As spring transitions into summer (and super hot temperatures), it's time to highlight one of our month-to-month favorites: The Miss Kim Lilac. Not only does ...

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So, every time you walk into a grocery store, it seems there are new types of fruit on the shelves. Where do these new varieties ...

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This eye-catching favorite boasts a deep pink color that stands out amongst other flowering varieties. Plus, it's super easy, from planting to care and beyond, ...

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Though fertilizer isn’t always necessary when it comes to planting and caring for your botanicals, it’s ideal for giving your greenery a boost. You can’t ...

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Spring is on the horizon and with that comes colorful blooms, from vibrant pinks to deep purples and beyond. But one of the most iconic ...

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It's one of our favorite year-round staples: The Avocado Tree. Though this tropical, exotic favorite isn't normally associated with all-year growth, ours thrives from season ...

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The Meyer Lemon Tree: if you haven’t heard of this of-the-moment tree, you’ve come to the perfect place. This powerful little tree is elegant, easy-care ...

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Every December, you probably notice citrus hitting the shelves of supermarkets at low prices. This is because winter is citrus season, so there’s an abundance ...

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Flowering trees are one of the most wonderful signs thatspring has arrived, and they make enchanting additions to your yard. You get the best of ...

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Harvest season for figs is in full swing, and this is great news! However, fresh figs are hard to find in grocery stores due to ...

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Embraced by deeply-hued foliage, sleek silhouettes, fresh fruit and beyond, each houseplant is a study in lively decor...literally. And with our comprehensive buying guide, you’ll ...

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Privacy Trees: they add curves to your garden while providing you with privacy from your neighbors and blocking out noise. They will also help protect ...

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A couple of weeks back, we put the spotlight on unique citrus to celebrate Halloween and beyond. But now that Halloween has come and gone ...

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You know what really makes us go bananas? Banana Trees! Their vibrant yellow fruit attracts our attention, and the sweet, creamy flesh of the bananas ...

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Updated: February 2021 From McIntosh to Granny Smith, apples are one of the most popular fruits in the world, with growers producing more than 240 ...

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Beauty in bloom enters the limelight with this timeless tree. Flanked by lush green leaves and artfully delicate petals, the Limelight Hydrangea makes a rich, ...

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Buckle up. There’s an amazing tree that grows incredibly fast, and you can plant in your garden right now! Willow Hybrids are some of the ...

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So, the fig is on our fruit radar. With figs rising in popularity, we thought we’d outline a few of the benefits of this must-have ...

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When we say Green Giant, we’re not referring to the Jolly Green Giant mascot associated with canned and frozen vegetables. We’re referring to the Thuja ...

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Dynamic, unique and undeniably sweet: Just a few words that describe that amazing Paw Paw. But you probably haven’t heard of this amazing fruit, right? ...

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Nothing embodies the warm, carefree vibe of spring and summer quite like citrus fruit. And Lemon Trees are arguably one of the best to choose ...

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Part of our prep for the season is indoor plant decor and planning a lush living area that wows. And what better plant to spruce ...

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Nothing says summer like large clusters of bright hydrangeas, with blossoms that last for months. From the early spring until autumn, hydrangeas delight gardeners across ...

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From toppings on toast to guacamole, avocados are the star ingredient in your favorite dishes and recipes. And though store-bought avocados are great, there’s nothing ...

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The Meyer Lemon Tree is a fun tree that always seems to be blooming or fruiting. Many Meyer Lemon Trees are blooming now, bringing beautiful ...

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Avocados are a super fruit that’s on the rise. More and more recipes are using them. You can use them for salads, sandwiches and dips ...

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Figs are delicious, healthful and easy-to-cultivate. And though many are intimidated by caring for their own at-home fruit tree, you shouldn’t be daunted – Fig ...

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Some leaves are sprouting and flowers are beginning to bloom – it’s the power of pollination at work. With fruit trees in particular, their blooms ...

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It's one of our most popular trees and a personal favorite: The Arbequina Olive Tree. There's a lot to love when it comes to this ...

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There’s nothing more frustrating than buying a new plant and not reaping the benefits - whether it's due to weather, complicated care, or just getting ...

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Function merges with beauty, making the Bamboo Tree way more versatile and adaptable than many think. The Bamboo isn't just for reserved for design...it's perfect ...

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Though the Weeping Cherry Tree is synonymous with the spring season, especially as one of the first to bloom, it can be planted nearly any ...

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Why are Double Knock Out Roses so popular? For starters, they’re extremely cold hardy and heat resistant.Double Knock Out Rosesare recommended for growing zones 5 ...

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Green or black, stuffed or unstuffed, ground into tapenade or picked to snack on, right off the branch: When it comes to the olive, there's ...

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The leaves are changing, the temperatures are dropping, and that means fall is officially here! Now's the time to bring in your fruit trees...and that ...

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Temperatures are warming up, and we’re starting to see beautiful blooming flowers. Cherry Trees have large, prized blooms, with colors that range from white as ...

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Trust us: You've never seen a tree like this before. The Monkey Puzzle Tree is like the ninth wonder of the ancient world. From its ...

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Living up to its name, the American Holly is the most popular Holly cultivar in the country. Part of its popularity comes from the fact ...

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Thriving indoors or outdoors, in pots on the patio and in low light conditions, Areca Palms boldly go farther up North than any other palms ...

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A fresh, richly-hued focal point of any landscape, the Bloodgood Japanese Maple Tree is known for standing out. Landscape designers love to use its vibrant ...

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What are the Different Types of Palm Trees? There are countless different types of palm trees that you'll encounter throughout the United States. However, the ...

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The most popular drink in the world? Tea! And best of all, it comes from Tea Plants, which can be easily grown at home indoors ...

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One of the most popular superfoods on the market, the Avocado delivers a tonof vitamins and filling, satisfying fiber. And although you can get this ...

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Plant diseases and ailments are super frustrating, especially for beginner gardeners. Luckily, there are a few tips and tricks to ensure your garden stays happy ...

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Vibrant color, full foliage, fresh fruit and beyond: Each houseplant is a work of art! And with our planting kit guide, not only will you ...

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Why Evergreens? For starters, Evergreen Trees have foliage year-round. The term evergreen means that trees will keep growing leaves as other leaves fall off. For ...

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So, between HGTV and Pinterest you’ve recently earned a (not-so-accredited but who’s asking) degree in interior design. You have all of your favorite ideas pinned ...

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Are you prepared for winter? Most people bring their potted plants indoors, but what about trees and plants that aren’t in a container? Winter brings ...

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Spring is here! And the warmer temperatures of spring mean that it's time to move many of your indoor plants back outside, especially some of ...

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As temperatures drop and it starts to frost in the fall, we watch pretty deciduous trees display stunning fall colors before their leaves drop. However, ...

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