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November 02 2020
Bake the Outdoors

5 Ways to Bake the Outdoors into Your Thanksgiving

With temperatures typically in the 50s and rarely dropping below the 40s, late November is a perfectly viable time to embrace the outdoors in New Jersey. In 2020, we may want to go toward the fresh air more so than ever—perhaps even bringing Thanksgiving outdoors—to reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission. Just like many restaurants […]

November 02 2020
goldflame spirea

Goldflame Spirea

Anyone who loves the rustic colors of fall will appreciate the bright orange foliage of Goldflame Spirea. Not only that; the leaves on this deciduous shrub show a hint of bronze in spring before going full-on yellow with clusters of pink flowers in summer. Three seasons of unique beauty make Goldflame an eye-catching addition to […]

October 01 2020
know your plants Physocarpus

Ninebark

Through any weather and every season, ninebark not only stands strong, but also maintains visual appeal. It has never met a climate too cold, making it a popular pick for homeowners in New Jersey and the Northeast. Enjoy ninebark in your backyard by planting it in early spring, in full sun and acidic, well-drained soil. […]

September 08 2020
know your plants Leucothoe

Leucothoe

Attractive, yet low-maintenance, leucothoe plants bring both foliage and flowers to any landscape. There are more than 50 species of flowering shrubs in the Leucothoe genus, many of which are native to the U.S. For example, coastal leucothoe grows in almost all states, with the exception of just a handful. Plant a leucothoe bush in […]