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Camellia Japonica Varieties for the Winter Garden

4 Amazing Camellia Japonica Varieties to Spruce Up the Late Winter Garden

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Camellia Japonica is a type of flowering shrub that is commonly found in the southern United States, including many nationally-recognized gardens in Charleston, South Carolina. One of the compelling advantages of these plants is their late-bloom, which brings color to your landscape during typically-brown or dreary months, when other plants don’t thrive. Four amazing Camellia Japonica varieties to spruce up your late-winter garden are: Camellia japonica ‘Alba Plena’ The ‘Alba Plena’ provides beautiful white flowers with golden stamens in late-winter,…

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The Beauty and Allure of Shrubs in your Landscape Design

The Beauty and Allure of Shrubs in Your Landscape Design

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If you are looking for a new landscape design for your yard, then visiting your local nursery can provide an abundant supply of tips, tricks, and inspirational ideas. The experts at your local nursery can also help determine which foliage would work best with your lifestyle and the amount of time you have available to maintain and care for your yard. Shrubs are one feature you can employ in your landscape design that will add value to the property and…

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Let re-blooming Azaleas add color spring and fall.

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Azaleas have for time immemorial been a staple to the spring southern landscape. With more recent horticultural technology advances we now can enjoy azalea blooms during multiple seasons in the landscape. Re-blooming azaleas are a great addition to your home garden. They come in a large variety of colors to include red, white, pink, fuchsia and variegated. Encore Azaleas Encore is the most common variety of re-blooming azaleas. They will bloom best with 4-6 hours of sun and do require…

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