Plant A Grove: Wahoo ( Euonymus atropurpureus )

Posted by & filed under Bird Friendly Trees, Fall planting, Native Shrubs, Native Trees, Naturalizing, Rain Garden Plants, Rain Gardens, Rainscaping, Shrubs & Trees, Uncategorized, Wahoo, Winter Landscaping.

  Adaptable to sun or shade, rich or poor soil, this native shrub is a standout in the fall. Featuring beautiful red foliage and scarlet red berries hanging from green stems, wahoo is a favorite of winter birds. Wahoo is an excellent understory  plant, having an interestingly shaped, irregular crown and spreading growth habit. It… Read more »

Gifts for Gardeners — 2018

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Although my goal was to do the majority of my holiday shopping online this year, I couldn’t resist a trip or two to our local garden centers to see what they had to offer. Since several of my children and their spouses have turned into avid gardeners and I now have four grandchildren to indoctrinate… Read more »

Let It Snow

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Originally published 12/12/2017   It’s supposed to snow here again over the long weekend. The forecaster assured us that this area wouldn’t have any accumulation this time, just flurries, but in my mind it marks the true beginning of winter.  And winter to me means frigid temperatures, snow storms and shoveling snow, none of which… Read more »