Pachysandra Deserves A Prime Spot in Every Garden

In the world of landscaping, few plants possess the enduring charm and practicality quite like Pachysandra. Often overlooked in favor of more flamboyant […]

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Irrigation a Valuable Tool to Combat Wisconsin’s Changing Weather Patterns

Wisconsin, known for its lush landscapes and vibrant outdoor scenery, faces a new challenge with changing weather patterns and drier summers. As the […]

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Monarda Beloved by Gardeners for Vibrant Blooms

Monarda, commonly known as bee balm or bergamot, is a perennial plant beloved by gardeners for its vibrant blooms, delightful fragrance, and ecological […]

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Perennial Garden with Multi-Season Interest

Wisconsin’s diverse climate presents an exciting challenge and opportunity for gardeners seeking to create landscapes that captivate the senses throughout the changing seasons. […]

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Japanese Forest Grass – Illuminates the Garden

In the realm of ornamental grasses, one species stands out for its delicate beauty and serene presence – the Japanese Forest Grass (Hakonechloa […]

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The Allure of Veronica ‘Sunny Border Blue’

In the world of gardening, few plants captivate the senses quite like Veronica ‘Sunny Border Blue.’ This perennial beauty, with its striking blue […]

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The Timeless Allure of Millennium Allium

Step into the world of horticultural sophistication with the Millennium Allium, a perennial gem that effortlessly commands attention in any garden. Bursting into […]

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Protecting Evergreens from Winter Drying with Transfilm

As winter approaches, gardeners and homeowners often find themselves facing the challenge of protecting their beloved evergreen trees and shrubs from the harsh […]

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Illuminating Landscapes: Moonshine Yarrow in Garden Design

If you are crafting a captivating and resilient landscape, the Moonshine Yarrow (Achillea Moonshine) stands out as a radiant choice. With its sunny […]

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Low Bee Counts in Sheboygan County

Did you notice the hush in your garden this spring? Despite the growing prevalence of pro-pollinator movements like no-mow May, we landscapers have […]

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