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Tony Fulmer

  • Design

    Grow This Hydrangea for Its Foliage—and Its Ability to Climb

    A lively argument (at least at a gathering of solid horticulturists) could be had over crowning the “Queen of Vines,” although that sobriquet has generally been reserved for Her Majesty…

  • Midwest Regional Reports

    Regional Picks: Showy Shrubs – Midwest

    See regional picks for showy shrubs, and read the article by Paul Cappiello for even more ideas. “Show-stopping shrubs—you know the kind. You’re leading a group of friends around the…

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    A Small Tree With Four-Season Impact

    Have you ever experienced PSFM? It stands for “post-spring flower melancholy.” It occurs after nature has given her best color seemingly all at once and then it’s over. Wouldn’t it…

  • Jakobsen Mugo Pine
    Midwest Regional Reports

    Conifers for Gardens in the Midwest

    See regional picks for conifers, and read the article by Andrew Brand for even more ideas. “Evergreen conifers provide the bones for any landscape. They offer a variety of colors,…

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    Regional Picks: Plants That Glow – Midwest

    Midwest   1. ‘Molly Fordham’ Rhododendron   Name: Rhododendron ‘Molly Fordham’ Zones: 5 to 7 Size: 4 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide Conditions: Partial shade; well-drained, acidic…

  • Bobo Panicle Hydrangea
    Midwest Regional Reports

    Regional Picks: Foundation-Friendly Plants – Midwest

    Find foundation-friendly plants for the Midwest below, and read the article by Nick McCullough for even more ideas: “The most critical aspect of your foundation beds is selecting plants that…

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    Regional Picks: Fast-Filling Plants – Midwest

    1. 'Little Joe' Joe Pye Weed Name: Eutrochium dubium ‘Little Joe’ USDA Hardiness Zones: 3 to 9 Size: 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide Conditions: Full sun; moist soil Joe Pye…

  • Design

    Regional Picks: Deer-Resistant Plants – Midwest

    1. ‘Purple Smoke’ Baptisia Name: Baptisia ‘Purple Smoke’ USDA Hardiness Zones: 4 to 9 Size: 3 to 4 feet tall and wide Conditions: Full sun; well-drained soil Early in spring, this plant’s deep purple…

  • Midwest Regional Reports

    Regional Picks: Late-Winter Interest – Midwest

        1. ‘Berry Poppins’ Winterberry Name: Ilex verticillata ‘FarrowBPop’ USDA Hardiness Zones: 3 to 9 Size: 3 to 4 feet tall and wide Conditions: Full sun to partial shade;…

  • Midwest Regional Reports

    Regional Picks: Unusual Autumn Stars – Midwest

    If you’re sick of the same old asters and mums, why not plant an unexpected fall-star instead? Here some truly out-of-the-ordinary plants for upping your fall garden game in the…

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