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California Gardener's January Checklist
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Camellia japonica 'Guilio Nuccio' flower. Photo by Bill Marken
Prune deciduous fruit trees and shade trees. The best time is when trees are dormant and leafless. Make sure your shears are sharp. Wait until spring-flowering shrubs and trees (such as lilacs) have finished blooming before pruning them.More guides to California gardening on Houzz
“care for camelias” — kdallenpr
J. Peterson Garden Design
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trees and shrubs. All trees and shrubs should be planted in the fall for best growth next year, as fall planting allows these larger plants several months to establish deep, healthy roots. Next year they will be more drought resistant and have more vigorous growth. Try planting some spring-flowering trees
trees and shrubs, like azaleas, abelias, redbuds and Mexican plums — they are some of the first to herald the arrival of spring after a long winter.
“4. Keep your landscaping toxin free. Some common plants are surprisingly dangerous if dogs eat them,” — Jeanie Richardson
LuAnn Brandsen
Snow Day™ ‘Blizzard’ Pearl-bush (exochorda)
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Snow Day™ ‘Blizzard’ Pearl-bush (exochorda) This deciduous shrub blooms profusely in spring. Can be pruned as a tree. Proven Winners­­® ColorChoice® shrubs
spring flowering shrub
“Blizzard Pearl Bush. Blooms constantly!” — ramona1713
LuAnn Brandsen
Weigela Sonic Bloom Pink
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Weigela Sonic Bloom spring-flowering shrub (Proven Winners)
spring flowering
“varieties weigela” — Tom Shonka
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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love the little blue flowers! what are they?
Hi can you tell me what the green shrubs are that line the
The shrubs are Buxus sempervirens Suffruticosa, True Dwarf English Boxwood. I hope this helps!
Blue are pansies, grow in cool spring weather. Where I live (Deep South) we plant in fall and enjoy over the winter until late Spring.
What is the tree with the purple flowers/leaves called
with plants. Evergreen shrubs will add appeal and structure all year round and can serve as your base. Then you can plant bulbs in the fall, perennials and shrubs after the last frost in spring, and annuals throughout the year. Play with color, heights and textures.
Edge your walk or driveway with plants. Evergreen shrubs will add appeal and structure all year round and can serve as your base. Then you can plant bulbs in the fall, perennials and shrubs after the last frost in spring, and annuals
“Boxwood and flowers” — constancefgray
Wright Landscaping
Entry Gardens
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Paver drive edged with spring flowering bulbs, shrubs, and evergreens in a mixed planting border.
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Frenchflair
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Is this an evergreen flowering shrub ?, name?
what r the magenta flowers
I don't think so. It's the large flowers variety and they have different names depending on their colors, but I don't know the name of this one.
Near corners of house with taller everygreen shrub behind it.
Front porch flowering shrubs
flowering shrub…rhododendron…different colors
of shrubs is nice...red flowers...Pink flowers...These shrubs are...Love these shrubs...Red flowering bush...Evergreen shrub...Note flowers!!...Flower bed
“Garden” — nualadunlop
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what are the bushes with flowers?
We are ripping out huge overgrown junipers and looking for something a little nicer that still provides privacy. I like the shrubs with the flowers here. What are they? Thanks!
over the yard for 20+ years. Uffdah, it will be a winter/spring job. Thank you for replying so quickly!
Hi Meghan, The shrubs with the red and pink flowers are rhododendrons. They generally bloom in May, In Vancouver, BC, and their flowers last for about three to four weeks. They thrive in an acid
big plus. Next year's buds appear at the end of the blooming season, and lie patiently dormant on the plant throughout the winter, waiting for next spring. They can become very tall and bushy if properly trimmed. I also replaced some junipers with rhododendrons in my garden, and I'm very pleased that
“blooming hedge” — constancefgray
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