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Viburnum mariesii

Viburnum mariesii

Double file viburnum pictured above.  The variety ‘Watanabe’ blooms off and on all season, May through summer’s end—how many other shrubs promise that? It is a compact version of the doublefile, reaching only 6 feet or so, an outstanding choice for smaller yards. If you can take the larger scale, the varieties ‘Mariesii’ and ‘Shasta’ (the most horizontal) are recommended. The doublefiles have another feature: handsome fall color, from a burnished wine color to smoky purple—another reason to…

viburnums: think fall (yes, fall

Double File Viburnum~ Dark green, healthy leaves turn reddish purple in fall. Its inch white flowers make a magnificent sight when in full bloom. It can be planted en masse or a specimen and is tolerant of drought.

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10 Tips for Growing Cucumbers

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Viburnum sieboldii 'Seneca' in flower early in summer.  Notice the habit of this viburnum is wide-rounded.

Viburnum sieboldii 'Seneca' in flower early in summer. Notice the habit of this viburnum is wide-rounded.

Viburnum x pragense is a large viburnum with evergreen foliage.  It flowers in early summer.  It can be used for year-round screening in a sheltered area of the island.  Try a mass of it along your property's edge instead of the ubiquitous rhododendron

Viburnum x pragense is a large viburnum with evergreen foliage. It flowers in early summer. It can be used for year-round screening in a sheltered area of the island. Try a mass of it along your property's edge instead of the ubiquitous rhododendron

Viburnum 'Shasta' photographed in Mermer Blakeslee's Garden

Viburnum 'Shasta' photographed in Mermer Blakeslee's Garden

Layering

Layering

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5 Plants You (Almost) Never Have to Water

5 Plants You (Almost) Never Have to Water Not every plant is a big drinker; some can get along with only a few sips. Here are 5 plants that won’t break your water budget.

Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas

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Spring Planting

Spring Planting

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