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Kim Gamel
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Berry-licious Shrubs for Fall
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to eight females. Ask your local nursery how to tell which is which. Where it will grow: USDA zones 3 to 9 Water requirement: Medium to wet soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 3 to 6 feet tall and 3 to 9 feet wide
winterberry- one male can pollinate 6 female plants
Winterberry... Plant at least one male plant with females
Winterberry. Need a male pollinator for up to 6 female bushes.
eight females. Ask your local nursery how to tell which is which. Where it will grow: USDA zones 3 to 9 Water requirement: Medium to wet soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 3 to 6 feet tall and 3 to 9 feet wide
Colors winterberry need 1 male and female plants
berries to steal the show. Keep in mind that you must plant at least one male winterberry to produce the berries — one male will pollinate six to eight females. Ask your local nursery how to tell which is which. Where it will grow: USDA zones 3 to 9 Water requirement: Medium to wet soil Light requirement:
“Winterberry” — Ann Terwilliger
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
bluestem joint fir (Ephedra equisetina)
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chalk-blue color; fine texture; tolerant of full sun, drought and alkaline soils When to plant: April through July Seasonal interest: Colorful year-round; female plants have red, berry-like fruit in midsummer. How to use it. Although bluestem joint fir has a fine texture, it is quite dense and makes a great
Ephedra equisetina (Bluestem joint fir) 4 - 6 feet tall and 3 - 4 feet wide. female plants have red, berry-like fruit in midsummer.
chalk-blue color; fine texture; tolerant of full sun, drought and alkaline soils When to plant: April through July Seasonal interest: Colorful year-round; female plants have red, berry-like fruit in midsummer.
chalk-blue color; fine texture; tolerant of full sun, drought and alkaline soilsWhen to plant: April through JulySeasonal interest: Colorful year-round; female plants have red, berry-like fruit in midsummer.
“ephedra equisetina” — lkarhat
Paintbox Garden
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Winterberry
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winterberry (need male & female for berries)
cold-weather conditions. This is 'Berry Nice', which needs the male plant 'Southern Gentleman' for pollination (the shrubs are dioecious, with both female and male plants needed for optimal fruit set).
cold-weather conditions. This is 'Berry Nice', which needs the male plant 'Southern Gentleman' for pollination (the shrubs are dioecious, with both female and male plants needed for optimal fruit set). USDA zones: 3 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Average Light requirement: Full sun Mature size:
This is 'Berry Nice', which needs the male plant 'Southern Gentleman' for pollination (the shrubs are dioecious, with both female and male plants needed for optimal fruit set). USDA zones: 3 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Average Light requirement: Full sun Mature size:
“winterberry good to zone 3” — stolson4
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Paintbox Garden
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Winterberry
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Planting tips: The species is dioecious, which means there are male plants (pollinators) and females (fruiting); both are needed for fruit. Make sure your female has the correct male partner planted nearby. Mass female plants for best effect during the winter season.
winterberry along forest edge-need male and female
berries to steal the show. Keep in mind that you must plant at least one male winterberry to produce the berries — one male will pollinate six to eight females. Ask your local nursery how to tell which is which. Where it will grow: USDA zones 3 to 9 Water requirement: Medium to wet soil Light requirement:
ng tips: The species is dioecious, which means there are male plants (pollinators) and females (fruiting); both are needed for fruit. Make sure your female has the correct male partner planted nearby. Mass female plants for best effect during the winter season.
“birds love winterberry” — Michelle Kruithof
CYAN Horticulture
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bayberry for birds (need male and female plants) in winter
Bayberry is native to New England. With male and female plants, berries produced help feed birds in winter
terrific food for smaller birds, many of which shiver through the night as a way to keep warm, which requires a lot of energy. Bayberry needs male and female plants for berries. Also try Pacific wax myrtle (M. californica). Origin: Native to eastern North America Where it will grow: Hardy from -40 to 10
Northern Bayberry needs male and female plants for berries Origin: Native to eastern North America Where it will grow: Hardy from -40 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 3 to 7) Water requirement:
terrific food for smaller birds, many of which shiver through the night as a way to keep warm, which requires a lot of energy. Bayberry needs male and female plants for berries. Also try Pacific wax myrtle (M. californica).Origin: Native to eastern North AmericaWhere it will grow: Hardy from -40 to 10 degrees
“Shape” — csb123
The New York Botanical Garden
Ginkgo Biloba
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hear the word "ginkgo," please keep reading so that I can try to change your preconceived notions about this beautiful tree. It's true — fertilized female ginkgo trees of a certain age will sprout fruit that, quite frankly, smells like a trash dump. However, you can avoid this completely by making sure
marinate for a few moments and foster your appreciation for the ginkgo. Then learn more about this unique tree below and replace your thoughts of foul female berries with those of golden fan-shaped leaves. Botanical name: Ginkgo biloba Common name: Ginkgo tree, Maidenhair tree USDA zones: 3 to 8 (find
marinate for a few moments and foster your appreciation for the ginkgo. Then learn more about this unique tree below and replace your thoughts of foul female berries with those of golden fan-shaped leaves. Botanical name: Ginkgo biloba Common name: Ginkgo tree, Maidenhair tree USDA zones: 3 to 8 (find your
“I love this tree and am glad to know to buy male trees.” — gbobbi
Sandvold Blanda Architecture + Interiors LLC
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Fishtown Residence
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For the last time: Close. The. Toilet. Lid. Male, female, dog, cat — if you use the toilet, the seat goes down. This is a big one for Daniel DeSantis Interiors: “The kids leave the toilet seat up, which invites
For the last time: Close. The. Toilet. Lid. Male, female, dog, cat — if you use the toilet, the seat goes down. This is a big one for Daniel DeSantis Interiors: “The kids leave the toilet seat up, which invites our giant dog to drink out of the bowl. First, the irritating sound of lapping toilet water
9. For the last time: Close. The. Toilet. LidMale, female, dog, cat – if you use the toilet, the seat goes down.
“Bathroom” — bassjlang
Gardening with Confidence®
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Gardening with ConfidenceAsclepias tuberosa .jpg
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butterfly. Asclepias tuberosa is one species of milkweed that is also a pretty addition to the garden, but expect (and hope) it to be eaten to a nub. The female Monarch will lay her eggs here. Soon you will see tiny caterpillars that will slowly mature as they feed on the milkweed plant. The adults also enjoy
that is also a pretty addition to the garden, but expect (and hope) it to be eaten to a nub," says North Carolina gardening writer Helen Yoest. "The female Monarch will lay her eggs here. Soon you will see tiny caterpillars that will slowly mature as they feed on the milkweed plant. The adults also enjoy
butterfly. Asclepias tuberosa is one species of milkweed that is also a pretty addition to the garden, but expect (and hope) it to be eaten to a nub. The female Monarch will lay her eggs here. Soon you will see tiny caterpillars that will slowly mature as they feed on the milkweed plant. The adults also enjoy
“Milkweed? Monarch butterflies love it” — leannep61
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