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Perennial Of The Week

Russian Sage - A Pollinator Magnet!
Russian Sage - A Pollinator Magnet!
Sep 5, '20

Russian Sage owes its popularity to a few different traits; for one it is an extremely tough, resilient plant, that can cope with harsh drought conditions, and needs little care...

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Annual Of The Week

Mums - A Late Burst of Color
Mums - A Late Burst of Color
Aug 28, '20

It is hard to imagine fall without mums and their bright assortment of colors, providing us with one final grand display before heading into winter.  Just us our summer annuals...

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Anyone who has watched grasses swaying in the wind knows the soothing and calming effect they can have on us, something that is undoubtedly needed in our hectic, modern world. 

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Why Choose Grasses?

Grasses are simply a completely unique group of plants, unlike any other, and they are a designer’s dream! They can used in such a wide variety of scenarios; as a solitary plant, clustered in groupings, or as a companion to other plants.

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Growing Habits of Grasses

Grasses can either be spreading or clumping. Spreading grasses will actively spread underground via a rootsystem whilst clumping grasses will stay put where planted. Depending on the gardener’s needs either can be suitable.

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Providing All-Season Interest

Grasses truly do provide interest in all four seasons. Spring offers fresh new growth; summer boasts grasses in their full splendor; autumn displays a spectacular show of autumn colors; and winter highlights the plumes and seedheads poking out of the snow.

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Maintenance

Grasses require absolutely minimal care. Once established these resilient plants are very self-sufficient. They do not require watering nor fertilizing. The main chore is simply cutting them down each year, either in autumn or spring.

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