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Those birch trees come in many shapes and sizes, these trees can be a very ornamental display in smaller landscapes, which makes them worthy of installing.
Learn how Summersweet Clethra grows in this post and you will have amazingly sweet-scented flowers bloom throughout the heat of the season.
A long-lived herbaceous ornamental perennial, this graceful foliage plant can truly light up the dark understory of a wooded area with its waterfall-like foliage. Learn more here:
Prickly Pear Cactus is a beautiful ground hugging, native, multi-stemmed cactus that can survive both northern winter snow and harsh southwest weather with ease. Growing the cactus is easy and quite a novelty in northern gardens.
Dappled Willow is a spectacularly colored cultivar and can be found in the iScape database as a deciduous shrub that is a standout in the landscape for its vibrant color changing leaves.
Many palm trees are slow growers, but the King Palm Tree can help fill in an area quickly, and is a positive feature in city and urban areas that need less tree replacement and more consistent growth.
Considered a rhizomatous herb that flowers in April or May, this plant is a lovely addition to a shaded woodland garden or landscape. As a spring bloomer, it will grow into large colonies that will make a stronger impact in the landscape.
Spruces are well-loved as strong statements in the landscape that come in many shapes and sizes. Here are three spruce tree varieties to consider; Black Spruce, Norway Spruce, and White Spruce.
Bamboo can make a delightful choice for your garden that will add an element of height and beauty. Which bamboo is for you?
A remarkable tree that heralds warm days and new possibilities, find this tree on iScape and design with it to create a beautifully styled landscape.
Now, more than ever, it is important to incorporate edible plants into the landscape as a way to encourage every day Americans to find food at a reasonable cost.
This ornamental edible plant for the landscape can be a long-lived tree for your landscape and provide a fun holiday treat.
There are many annuals that can provide loads of color pop that work well in the fall and early spring. If you are fortunate enough to live in the warmer southern regions, these flowers might last from fall all the way through to the following summer.
Natural or native landscapes are becoming more and more popular. Check out when, where, and how to plant this native prairie plant.
Explore through many different features and plants that will let you know just what type of season to plant them in along with other useful information about the plant.
Spruce is a native conifer from the Colorado Rockies that has a high ornamental value in the landscape. Find out when, where, and how to plant here:
Modern day hybridizations have changed the common weigela from 20 years ago, adding flower color selection, foliage variegation, and broad range in size. Read more here:
Lantana has the most amazing clusters of intensely colored showy cymes that are captivating in the garden. Find out when, where and how to plant this:
Here’s how to plant the wisteria vine in a well-thought-out site in the landscape with iScape.
Find out why these beauties in the home landscape are darlings of the winter season.
Flowering Magnolia trees have some of the most outstanding blooms in nature. Find out how to plant these trees with plenty of room with iScape!
This delicate-looking herbaceous perennial has an exceptionally long bloom period. Does it perform well in urban areas though?
These breath-taking rose bushes can be good functioning tools in the landscape. Find out why:
Read more on how to care and grow this delightfully small gray/blue-toned plant with a very slow growth rate.
This amazing statement in an annual garden bed or window box is best known for its leaf designs, which can be delicate and lacy or quite bold. Read more about when, where, and how to plant.
The time is right to take notice of bulb combos and plantings you may want to replicate in your own yard.
We added tons of new crops, in various stages of growth, so you can plan out all the food you're going to grow this year.
Check out these plants that look just as good at home during winter as they do in a tropical climate
Get a sweet, colorful nudge to put the flip flops away and get out the cozy sweaters!
Here are a few red roses for every purpose in your home landscape! #NationalRedRoseDay
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