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  1. Should You Remove Rose Hips

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    Roses are well known for their beauty, long-lasting blooms, and fragrance! Now that Autumn is around the corner - many types of Shrub Roses and

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  2. Re-thinking Fall Cleanup - Getting Your Garden Ready for Fall!

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    The air is getting cooler, the garden is winding down and a year's worth of leaves beaten and battered by storms and sun are ready for a long winter's rest. Falls leaves are brown now and ornamental grasses are turning tan, and flower heads turning into

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  3. Creating the Coziest Cottage Garden!

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    “With silver bells and cockle shells, and pretty maids all in a row.” - Mother Goose

    The classic Cottage Garden - Jam packed full of textures, colors, and flowers that bloom in succession. There may not seem to be rhyme or reason, but the

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  4. Snow: Natural Insulation, and its Free

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    That fluffy white stuff will be falling over the landscape soon, or perhaps it is already blanketing yours! Don’t grumble much while picking up the shovel this year because that blanket is just that - an insulating layer that protects plants all winter l

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  5. 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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  6. Top 5 Most Fragrant Shrubs to Perfume Your Landscape!

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    Add another dimension to your landscape by not just having green and visually appealing plants that serve to beautify your home and garden. Planting shrubs to appeal to the sense of smell is just as important to enhance your enjoyment of your yard as

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  7. 12 Design Ideas For Flowering Shrubs Grown In Tree Form

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  8. Check Your Roses Please

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    You overwintered your roses.  You cut back your roses this spring before they started to grow.  The new growth is pushing out, and the foliage looks great. 

    Bam…. that is just the time that bugs start to eat that clean, beautiful foliage.  Get o

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  9. Hellebores: One of the Earliest Flowering Perennials!

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    Need to jump into spring before the snows recede? Well, let Nature Hills Nursery introduce you to the Hellebore!

    Shy nodding blooms

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  10. 7 Ways to Get Your Garden Ready for Winter

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    As the temperature drops and the days grow shorter, the growing season for plants this year is beginning to wrap up. Plants are starting to go dormant and are preparing for winter. There is still time before the first freeze for you to prepare your garden

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