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Gardening with Confidence®
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December is a prime time to prune evergreens anyway. Burford, Foster and Nelly Stevens hollies usually have good color on their berries now.Recut the stems at an angle and insert them in a bucket of warm water for several hours to condition before using. Boxwood, ligustrum and aucuba are also excellent
"December is a prime time to prune evergreens anyway. Burford, Foster and Nelly Stevens hollies usually have good color on their berries now. Recut the stems at an angle and insert them in a bucket of warm water for several hours to condition before using."Get her Southeast December checklist
“PRETTY ARRANGEMENT FOR DEC.” — janegigijones
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Frank Gehry Residence
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Perhaps stemming from his Canadian roots, Gehry is pretty modest when it comes to his appearance. His architecture might appear flashy and (like his own house here) out of place, but this stems from doing his own thing rather than making a stylish statement. Nevertheless, since Bilbao, cities and in
“Frank Gehry's house” — Davis Richardson
Paintbox Garden
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Eastern Ninebark
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parts of the shrub are densely colored, and its bronzed purple foliage and dark stems make this a great selection for tall arrangements. Even the dessicated flower heads are interesting, providing some texture.Combine cut stems with snips of annual coleus in shades of chartreuse, burgundy and magenta.USDA
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Pendleton Design Management
Trees
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pruners or saw.Older shrubs may benefit from renewal pruning. Remove one-third of the oldest, thickest stems at ground level. Next year another third can be removed, and so on. Removing the entire stem can eliminate any buildup of scale or borer insect damage, and provide more light to younger, vigorous
“japanese maple” — Chatree Campiranon
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Fall Decor
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The stems' 90-degree angles also dictated how I used the plant. I can't place long stems of bittersweet in vases the way I would do with a typical cut flower, so the plant needed to be used in a different way.
Girasole Sonoma
Plant Material- North Bay
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Harvesting: Persimmons are a fall crop; you’ll find fruit on the trees even after the leaves have fallen. Cut fruits high on the stem, so the collar and a part of the stem remain with the fruit. Harvest astringent Japanese persimmons when they’re fully ripe in the fall, which means completely soft. If
“Persimmon” — Adi Tatarko
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Now's the time to harvest cherry-red rhubarb stems to make delicious pies, desserts and crumbles. Rhubarb is at its most tender right now, and since the plant often goes dormant in summer's heat, this is the perfect time to pick. However, don't cut the stems, since that can cause rot to enter the crown
“Rhubarb” — Silver Brook Landscape Design & Installation
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Inspire: The Art of Living with Nature by Willow Crossley
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INGREDIENTSGreen ribbon or stringCopper beech (Fagus sylvatica ‘atropunicea’) leavesOak (Quercus) leavesStrong florists’ wireHydrangea stemsRhododendron stemsSprigs of rosemary, preferably in flowerGarden clippers (secateurs)Scissors
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