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Oso Happy Smoothie Rose Hips

No matter what the weather, there is always something to enjoy outdoors during the winter months, if we remember to plant for winter interest in spring and fall. Let’s bundle up, go outside, and take a walk around Dee's garden.

Bobo Hydrangea

Every year is different and sometimes the weather lottery gives you the best of all worlds, sunshine and gentle rain…. But then again at other times it can be blazing heat and drought or ‘toad strangler’ rains and never ending cloudiness. When it is your turn for the cloudy and rainy weather you can see problems begin to develop in your flower or vegetable garden.

If you are lucky enough to live in a part of the country where winter means it never freezes, then you are a lucky gardener!

Containers filled with perennials, doesn't necessarily ensure winter survival. Without adequate protection from cold, a perennial plant can succumb to cold injury—turning it into an annual.

Has your garden suffered from winter damage?  Has Ice, Salt or unusually cold weather caused your garden harm?  Learn how to help your garden recover.

Flowering shrubs are our specialty, but we know that no landscape can rely solely on blossoms to carry it through the entire year. That’s why we round out our offerings with over 20 different evergreens and dozens of unique varieties with colorful fruit, foliage, and stems to brighten the dreary winter

Make your garden shine, even in winter.

North Pole Thuja (arborvitae)

Winter can be a drab time for gardens but interesting plants can be added for winter color and interest. Some key essentials for winter gardens are exfoliating bark, stem color, berries, foliage and texture.

Berry Heavy Ilex (Winterberry)

Learn how this native deciduous holly can add vibrance to your landscape during the otherwise dull winter months.

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