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8 Garden Tasks To Complete This Fall is your fall to do list for a happy and healthy landscape. •Cut down perennials and grasses Perennials and Ornamental Grasses can be cut down in Spring or Fall. In some situations perennials and ornamental grasses offer beautiful color and texture throughout the winter season and are therefore… Read more »

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Tucker’s Plant of the Month: Thuja occidentalis ‘Techny’ Thuja occidentalis ‘Techny’ or commonly known as Techny Arborvitae is the ultimate screen or privacy plant. It is evergreen so it stays green all year long while growing in a tall and narrow habit which is great for along property lines to provide privacy without taking up… Read more »

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Tucker’s Plant of the Week: Pelargonium Interesting Fact: Pelargonium or as you may know it, Geranium, is easily one of the best and most popular annuals planted each season. Contrary to popular belief the annual Geranium is not related to the perennial Geranium or sometimes known as Cranesbill. The two are not part of the… Read more »

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Tucker’s Plant Of The Week: Perovskia atriplicifolia (Russian Sage) Perovskia atriplicifolia or commonly known as Russian Sage is a wonderful hardy perennial for full sun planting beds. Russian Sage is one of the few plants in my yard that the rabbits do not eat. I am so glad to have one less area to patrol!… Read more »

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Tucker’s Plant of the Week: Malus ‘Louisa’ Malus ‘Louisa’ is an ornamental tree commonly known as Weeping Louisa. It is a flowering crabapple that has a lot to offer in every season. The Weeping Louisa has an interesting shape with graceful cascading branches that flow to the ground. My mom thinks of it as an… Read more »