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Lawn Alternatives

It is estimated that lawns cover 32 million acres in the United States.  In fact, turf is the largest crop grown in the US.  The idea of a lawn originated

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New Plant Care

Thank you for your plant purchase, how exciting! Here are a few general tips to help you on your journey. If you have any follow-up questions regarding the installation &

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New Plant Watering

We have provided adequate water supply to keep your plants healthy while they have resided above ground in our nursery.  It is important that you provide adequate water supply to

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Originating in Asia, the daylily (Hemerocallis spp.) has been cultivated for centuries, not only as an ornamental plant, but also as an edible and medicinal one. Young leaves, flowers and

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Weston Nurseries Pink phlox flowers in summertime

Garden Phlox

Garden phlox (phlox paniculata) is a native plant, which, as its common name indicates, has been a staple of flower borders and cottage gardens for many years. Its native range

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The Wonderful Kousa Dogwood

There are very few flowering understory trees as attractive as a dogwood tree. Planting the Cornus kousa can do wonders for a landscape design by adding four-season interest, extending the bloom time in the

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The Top 8 Large Trees of New England

Trees are everywhere in New England and for that reason, we probably don’t give them much thought, other than maybe to note things such as beautiful flowers, fall color, or impressive size. However, trees offer us a number of benefits, which extend beyond their visual interest and curb appeal.

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