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  1. Bareroot Plants…. What to Expect When You are Expecting Delivery

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    We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again, bareroot plants rock! We could rave about them all day and if you want to learn a little bit more about all the reasons you should buy bareroot, check out

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  2. Love Letters To Our Most Beloved Plants

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    It’s true, nature is a hopeless romantic at heart. 

    From heart-shaped petals to classic roses, the timeless beauty of nature has long left us captivated by cupid’s favorite color pal

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  3. Proper Plant Site Selection is Key for Successful Plantings

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    Nature Hills fields a lot of calls from our customers who are looking for something to grow in a specific spot in their yard...and with the huge palate of plants offered, there is really no better place to call than Nature Hills Nursery to find something

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  4. How Do You Select and Plant a Fruit Tree?

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    Wherever you live, the basic rules for selecting and planting a fruit trees are similar. First and foremost is selecting the right variety for where you live. Many varieties of fruit are widely adaptable like the Santa Rosa Plum. But the question is:

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  5. Pie, Tart, Sour or Sweet Cherry? What’s the difference?

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    It’s the age-old question, what’s the difference between all these cherry tree varieties? Ok, so maybe it’s not considered an age-old question, but it’s certainly one many ask and for good reason.

    Cherry trees are beloved across the world. Partly

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  6. Growing Amazing Fruit: Techniques for Success

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  7. Gardenia Shrubs Rock: A Cheat Sheet for Making Them Work for You

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    One would think that if you googled summer a picture of a Gardenia should come up. In the dictionary, if you looked up

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  8. Health Benefits of the Sour Cherry

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    The Cherry traces its history as far back as 3300 BCE. Both the Sweet and the Sour Cherry have been a highly desired part of the human diet for thousands of years.

    The fresh Sour Cherry pies of Michigan and Wisconsin are always in demand during

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  9. Best Tips for the New Gardener

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    No doubt about it, gardening is hot. People are discovering again why gardening is so gratifying. There is no denying the workplace is a busy and competitive environment, so it is nice to change gears when you get home. Many are re-discovering that gardening

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  10. Spring Pruning & What Shrubs to Leave Alone!

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    Spring is coming soon in southern areas and to the coasts. We wait as patiently as possible for it to work its way north from there.

    Upon your first spin around your yard in spring you will tend to take your pruning or hedge shears with you. The

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