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  1. Everything You Need to Know About Privet Hedge Pruning!

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    Lush green, perfectly sheared, and shaped Privet hedges impart a regal, streamlined appearance to your landscape! So how do you achieve those beautiful green rows or high-style specimen topiaries for your yard without losing your cool?


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  2. The Wonderful Dwarf Bush Honeysuckle (Diervilla)

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    Tired of mowing dangerous hillsides? Maybe you have an area too shady for grass to grow. Is your lake property in need of some bank stabilization

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  3. Decorating a Fall Wreath With Homegrown Flowers!

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    Hang a Wreath to fill your home with holiday cheer. They’re made in circles, with no beginning or end, to symbolize the endless connection of family and friends dear! - Unknown

    Go beyond table arrangements and dried bouquets and create l

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  4. Catch The Drift on Mass Planting!

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    Amber waves of grain are just the start! Creating a mass planting involves filling large areas with the same kind of plant. Turning a barren eyesore into a uniform block of color, texture, or motion.

    These drifts and banks of continuous plants

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  5. #ProPlantTips For Low Maintenance Landscaping

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    Many of us struggle to grow a beautiful (but high maintenance) garden. Between work, family and other responsibilities, it’s simply hard to find the time.

    Rather than let your garden fall by the wayside, consider making some small changes to s

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  6. Pruning 101 from the Nature Hills Horticultural Team

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    The goal of pruning is to improve the overall health and usefulness of a plant:

    • Prune to correct broken or damaged branches.
    • Prune to remove diseased portions of a plant.
    • Prune to control the size and shape of a plant.
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  7. Trends in Fall Gardening For 2023!

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    Fall is upon us and not only is it a great time to plant and add a few of those newest offerings just hitting the market, but it’s also the perfect time to get new garden beds and ideas set up

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  8. Xeriscaping: How to Create a Lush Drought-Tolerant Landscape


    Xeriscaping is a type of landscape design that uses low-water-use or drought-tolerant plants that require little to no supplemental irrigation. Coined in the ’80s, Xeriscaping helps you create a water-wise yard without skimping on enjoying having a l

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  9. Best Natural, Informal Flowering Hedges!

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    Not everything has to be straight rows. Nor does your landscape need to be filled with severely pruned and sheared straight lines.

    Sure, there is a place for formal, sheared hedges, or perfectly honed shrubs without a ‘hair’ out of place. Mos

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  10. How Do I Choose Shrubs for the Landscape?

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    "How do I choose shrubs for my landscape?" 

    This is a great question that we get asked all the time here at Nature Hills. People want to have a beautiful yard and want to make sure that they're spending their money on the right thing.

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