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  • The Complete Guide For Taking Care of Boston Ivy

    Boston Ivy On Brick WallBoston Ivy Care

    Many people use boston ivy plants to cover walls, fences, pergolas and more. Being a very low maintenance plant, it is easy to care for but some upkeep is still needed for a beautiful looking vine.

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  • 5 Plants With Silver Leaves

    Sometimes, you just need something different in your yard. Many of your plants may be colorful, with green foliage and bright flowers. But sometimes, you need something that adds a subtle color to your garden - especially in shadier areas where it can get dark with only green plants. Enter silver foliage plants. These five plants will add that bit of light to the rest of your garden with their silver leaves.

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  • Wisteria Care

    You've purchased a Blue Chinese Wisteria Tree, or an Amethyst Falls Wisteria Vine, and are now looking into how to maximize the blooms of this plant. Follow this simple guide to best care for your wisteria plant.

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    For best results, your wisteria should be planted in well-drained soil, and should receive a minimum of six hours of full sun. Be sure to have sufficient space for the full canopy to develop - 15 feet minimum is ideal. You may need to provide a stake for the tree for the first few years until the trunk can support the weight of the canopy. The vine requires support to grow up on- a sturdy wood or metal structure is best. Continue reading

  • 3 Design Ideas for Perennial Planters in Your Landscape


    Having containers at the front of your house allows you to expand your landscape and explore other opportunities for plants. Many people use annuals, but using perennials in your landscape enable you to compliment your existing landscape while not having to re-plant annually.

    Many plants will thrive in containers, and there are many ways to combine them to create a stunning display of color, texture, and shape. There are three main components to an effective planter: a thriller – the most upright plant, a spiller – something that drapes down and spills over the sides, and filler – the plant that fills the space between the thriller and the spiller. Using at least one of each of these components creates a combination that is attractive and unique.

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  • Clematis Vine Varieties That are Perfect for Shady Areas


    Clematis vines are great additions to the landscape as a flowering vine, but there are so many different varieties to choose! No need to fret if you have a shady area – some varieties will flourish in shade.

    Whether you’re trying to grow the vine up a trellis or around your mailbox, here are six clematis vines to plant in that shady location. Continue reading

  • A Pre-Planned Perennial Garden for Shade

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    Sometimes, you just don’t know what to plant in your yard. There’s so many options, and you just don’t know where to start! For a good perennial bed, you need seasonal interest, height differences, and textural changes. Sounds overwhelming, right? Continue reading

  • Top 10 Best Plants for Shade

    Shaded LandscapingShade is a blessing and a curse to the gardener.  Nothing is as refreshing as a shady nook on a hot summer day, but nothing is as challenging to plant as a shady nook, right? To help make it easier on you we want to provide a list of the top ten plants for shade – whether it’s dry shade, full shade, deep shade or dappled shade. We’re sure you will find something to make your shade garden sing!

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  • Top 10 Salt Tolerant Plants

    Ocean_flowers_water_boats_beachesHere at Nature Hills we often get asked about specific plants for specific locations.  Some questions we get frequently are, “What kind of plants do well in salty conditions?  What are good salt tolerant trees, shrubs, perennials and bushes?” Continue reading

  • Top 5 Best Smelling Perennials For Your Home

    Lilac BloomSmell is essential in choosing perennials, flowers that bloom more than one year, for a home garden. Flowers give off scent to attract pollinators. These scents enrich our landscape.


    5. Lilacs: strong fragrant flowers
    These sweet-smelling beautiful blooms range in colors from pink to purple. They grow in zones 3-7. The best planting time is in the fall or spring. These perennials grow in the spring and summer. Their perfume will attract butterflies to your garden. Continue reading

  • Top 5 Most Fragrant Roses

    “What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” -  William Shakespeare

    Rose lovers the world over know that roses are far more than beautiful flowers. The scent of the most fragrant roses can transform a drab day to an exceptional one. The best - no matter what form they come in – can elevate a garden or a bouquet beyond simple beauty to a sensory experience.

    Here at Nature Hills we have some of the best smelling roses available on the market today. They come in several forms – shrubs, small trees, climbers, floribundas, rugosas and hybrid teas. If it’s fragrance you want, you’re sure to find one that will fit into your garden.

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