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Mid-Atlantic Regional Reports

  • Mid-Atlantic Regional Reports

    Fine-Textured Plants Balance Any Design

    Texture is an element some gardeners may not pay much attention to when purchasing the new and exciting cultivars that just arrived at the garden center this season. However, noticing…

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    March Garden To-Do List for the Mid-Atlantic

    Spring is just around the corner, and there is much to do in the garden. The weather can be finicky in March, but there will be plenty of mild days…

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    Your Guide to Winter Pruning

    February is a wonderful time to get out into the garden and prune trees and shrubs for performance and aesthetics. There are several other reasons to prune in winter, such…

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    Mid-Atlantic: February Garden To-Do List

    As every gardener knows, February is a bittersweet month. Yearning to be outside while the garden is dormant and often snow covered can be depressing for those who spend most…

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    Space-Saving Seed Starting

    Once you’ve experienced the thrill of growing plants from seed, you’ve opened up a whole world of possibilities for your garden. For a fraction of what you’d pay for a…

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    Mid-Atlantic: January Garden To-Do List

    With the busy holiday season over, there’s time to start thinking about gardening again. Though midwinter in the Mid-Atlantic limits our outdoor activities, there are a few gentle tasks to…

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    Plants With Great Bones Provide Winter Interest

    Here in the Mid-Atlantic, planting for winter interest in a perennial garden or mixed border is a bit of a gamble. Perennials with persistent foliage such as heucheras (Heuchera spp.…

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    Beware of Boxwood Blight

    From the historic landscapes of Colonial Williamsburg and the grand plantings of Longwood Gardens to countless home gardens throughout the Mid-Atlantic, boxwoods (Buxus spp. and cvs., Zones 4–9) have long…

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    Mid-Atlantic: December Garden To-Do List

    Early winter can still be somewhat mild here in the Mid-Atlantic, but we know it’s just a matter of time until serious cold settles in. December is a good time…

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    Regional Picks: Showy Shrubs – Mid-Atlantic

    1. Brandywine™ Possumhaw Viburnum Name: Viburnum nudum ‘Bulk’ Zones: 5–9 Size: 8 feet tall and 4 feet wide Conditions: Full sun to partial shade; average to moist soil Native range:…