plant care guidelines



Not only do houseplants beautify our homes, they have been shown to improve our mood, boost creativity, reduce stress and even purify the air. Most houseplants originate from the tropics

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Fruit Trees

Many homeowners already enjoy the rewards of growing fruit bearing trees. Not only do these trees enhance the beauty of your landscape, they also provide your family with fresh, homegrown fruit

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White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) are one of the major causes of damage and destruction of the home landscape. Despite loss of habitat due to development, deer populations have expanded rapidly

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Bulk Material

Trees, shrubs, perennials and other woody and herbaceous plantings are the key elements in our landscaping. However, bulk products, such as compost, mulch, and soil are fundamental to the health

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Vaccinium species grow naturally throughout the eastern North America and have long been valued for their tasty fruit in summer. These shrubs are ornamental as well as fruit bearing, and

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Backyard birding is enjoyable and rewarding for young and old alike. At the minimum, it consists of observing the birds that frequent your yard. If you would like to become

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All azaleas are technically “rhododendrons” but not all rhododendrons are azaleas; Weston Nurseries’ online Plant Library lists “Azalea” as the common name, with “Rhododendron” as the botanical genus. To readily distinguish

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Apple Tree

Many homeowners enjoy the rewards of growing fruit-bearing trees, and the apple is one of the most popular fruit trees in New England. Properly managed, apple trees enhance the beauty

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HUMMINGBIRD NECTAR PLANTS P-Perennial, A-Annual, B-Biennial, V-Vine, Sh-Shrub, T-Tree E-Early, M-Midseason, L-Late ATTRACTING HUMMINGBIRDS Provide a habitat that will give them shelter, shade, and food. Plant a variety of flowers.

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