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By Sarah Gorton. After you bring home your plants from the nursery, follow these steps to ensure they live long and prosper. All babies need a sheltered environment to grow …

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Perennials flat

By Brad Wier. If you’re swapping out winter bedding for summer color this month, consider this: Changing everything to new bedding plants can be daunting during an extended drought. In …

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By David Abrego. This sun-loving perennial beauty bears sweet black fruit in late summer for you and the wildlife to enjoy. Many times, nature is not balanced and gives many …

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By Caroline Hartmann, Intern at SAWS Conservation. From backyard oasis to petite patio garden, any combination of potted plants will guarantee a fiesta, not a siesta. Updating your potted plants …

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By Cleveland Powell. Aside from being naturally evergreen, disease resistant and shade-loving, sedge is deer resistant, and (most importantly) drought hardy. Are y’all tired of buying new sod to fill …

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By Gail Dugelby. Weeds and winter grass are thick and plants are reemerging and blooming. But that doesn’t mean it’s time for full-scale watering. With recent showers, flowers and the …

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helen pruning roses

By Brad Wier. Got roses? With Valentine’s Day fresh in mind, many people start thinking about cutting roses — not just florists, but anyone with modern roses in the garden. …

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By Seth Patterson. While seed and suet do a fine job of attracting birds to your landscape, fresh, sparkling H2O will fascinate the flocks of feathered friends that flew in …

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By Brad Wier, SAWS Conservation Planner.  There’s nothing like a week of deep freezes to separate the wheat from the chaff when it comes to evergreen foundation plants. This week’s …

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