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In a recent article in Charlotte, South Carolina’s “The Post and Courier” newspaper, Amy Dabbs, a Clemson University Extension Horticulture Agent and Master Gardener Coordinator encourages her readers to add cannas

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With summer upon us in the northern hemisphere, garden writers are busy helping their readers learn about plants, both new and old. Here’s what some of them are saying about Flower Carpet roses.

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In his recent article  “Get Away by Staying Home – Turn Your Lawn into a Country Getaway” Randy Schultz tells readers: “Any self-respecting country getaway is going to have some roses in the gardens. Flower Carpet Roses from

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June is the month of the rose, and Pacific Northwest garden writer Marianne Binetti took advantage of this celebration to remind her readers about Flower Carpet roses.

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Fairy Magnolia ‘Blush’ was recently featured in the Washington Gardener, in their New Plant Spotlight. The piece explains: “Fairy Magnolia® us a new hybrid of Michelias bred to produce masses of beautiful fragrant flowers

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Country Almanac’s 2017 edition of Perennial Garden Ideas is packed with solid how-to information and features plants that with a little time and effort, every home gardener can grow. 

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In Miranda Silva’s “Pushing the Limits” article in Better Homes & Gardens magazine, we learn that Portland homeowner and garden designer Linda Hannan favors a free-form style in her small garden. 

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Andrew Bunting’s new comprehensive new book from Timber Press, “The Plant Lover’s Guide to Magnolias” includes a multitude of tips and suggestions, and also includes a list of “146 Magnolias for the Garden”.

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Northwest horticultural expert Marianne Binetti has been writing and talking about roses for many years – in her newspaper columns, her blog, for Lowes and as part of her “Dig In Seattle”program.

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In a recent issue of Duane Campbell’s “Green Space” column, he talks about “repotting plants that are not eager to be unpotted.”   Festival is one of those plants and here’s what he has to say about it:

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