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Mariken Ginkgo
Mariken ginkgo is a lovely dwarf conifer that is suitable for bonsai, pots, and small spaces.

Rose family Brings Fall Color and Berries
Many plants in the rose family have spectacular fall color. Some have colorful fruits and berries as well.

Some Knock Out Roses
This article features the original Knock Out rose as well as the newest one.

Bulbs for Warm Climates
Low chill or no chill bulbs are suited to warm climates where most spring flowering bulbs can't thrive. Examples include the paper whites and certain tulips.

Rio Sambra and Henry Fonda roses
Rio Sambra and Henry Fonda roses are two highly recommended rose varieties for the home landscape.

Description and Intro to Sweetgum
Sweetgum is a lovely native tree suited to zones 5 through 9. The medium sized tree is quite attractive.

Additional Woody Plants With Scented Blooms
Some trees and shrubs feature fragrant blossoms. These include the fragrant snowball and others.

Some Excellent Campanula Varieties
The following campanula varieties are excellent choices for the landscape.

Native Shrubs for Wet Soils
Certain native shrubs do well in damp gardens. These include inkberry and red chokecherry.

Allyson Heather
I grew Allyson heather for the first time in 2020. My primary objective was to choose plants that attracted pollinators.

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