How to Grow Ranunculus | The Alternative to Peonies for Mild Winters - Do you love peonies and want to grow them in your garden but live in warm coastal areas? Try planting ranunculus, aka Persian buttercups. Inexpensive and long-blooming, your vases will be overflowing for weeks! Sponsored by Dunkin' Donuts. #DunkinAtHome #BakerySeries #ad
In general, remove dead, damaged or diseased stems as soon as you see them. Find out the best time to trim hydrangeas, fruit trees, clipped hedges, roses, deciduous shade trees, evergreens, pines, shrubs, annual and perennial flowers, and berry plants. Also, check out our tips on how to prune different plants!
Pinus contorta or the Chief Joseph pine is winter hardy to zones 5-8. It has light green color during the warm season, then in the fall, the color changes to a bright yellow that lasts until the following spring when it transitions back to light green. Grows 1' per year to a max of 8'. Plant in full sun.
One of the Most Colorful Shrubs Ever Developed - Flame red is the best seller for fall color. The fiery autumn foliage of the Burning Bush makes it an excellent landscape plant... and it really draws attention when planted in rows. In summer, the cooling blue-green colored leaves are welcoming and lush. Planted as a hedge, they can...