by Wayne Mezitt By its very nature, the act of gardening disrupts nature’s master-plan to cover every available soil surface with vegetation. Most of us who garden have in mind

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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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Summer Flowering Trees

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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little bluestem grass weston nurseries. courtesy of Catherin Cooper

Little Bluestem Grass

by Catherine Cooper While I find it hard to pick a single favorite of any plant group, if I were pressed to choose an ornamental grass, I would select little

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