Flowers, Shrubs, and Trees
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Colorful shrubs can compete with trees when it comes to fall color.
Sometimes you need what an arborvitae hedge can offer: A tall, thin tree to screen whatever it is you don't want to see.
Winter doesn't have to be dark and dreary in the garden if you use plants that bloom in winter.
Hydrangeas play many roles in the garden, whether it's shining in a special place or creating a hedge.
With it's blue flowers, Ceanothus fills a gap in the garden.
Left to its own devices, wisteria will swallow the structure it grows on
If it flowers now, hold off pruning until it's done blooming
Low-water plants save money, time and help the environment
Wild lilac is drought tolerant and needs no fertilizer