Euonymus

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    Winter in South Carolina

    Johanna Smith here in Aiken, South Carolina. (See a previous visit to Johanna's garden here.) After weeks of rain and warm weather, winter has finally arrived. After checking our yard…

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    More Months From Kielian’s Garden

    Last Thursday we were treated to shots of Kielian's garden in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana over four months of the year, and today we’re getting more views from the…

  • Design

    Drought-Tolerant Containers

    Plants in containers will always be at a disadvantage when it comes to water. Without the insulating earth to protect them, their roots can dry out quickly in summer heat.…

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    Regional Picks: Unusual Autumn Stars – Northern Plains

    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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    Rip It Out!

    Sometime during the late 19th century, someone decided to bring the Asian shrub winged euonymus (Euonymus alatus) to the United States. It grows quickly, and in fall, the leaves turn…