Tag Archives: viburnum

My garden, as seen by a visiting garden writer/photographer

It’s far too cold and bleak out there to enjoy gardens outdoors, but hey, it’s a great time to admire photos of gardens, so I’ll share a few of my own garden taken this past …

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Joseph’s Favorites for Color in November

by Susan Harris
I stopped by to talk to Joseph Panossian, Homestead’s shrubs and trees manager, to pick his brain about great-performing plants for fall (using the old “It’s for the blog” …

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This Gardener got Design Help – but only for the Shrubs

by Gardening Coach Susan Harris

Readers, observe the foundation plantings in the Calvert County garden of writer Robin Ripley – they illustrate a clever and focused use of professional help in the …

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5 Great Shrubs to Fill Up the Garden

by Gardening Coach Susan Harris

Lately I’ve heard from several gardeners who’ve been at it a while and seen big improvements, but there’s still something missing in their gardens – fullness.   And my quick …

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Blooming Camelia, Spirea, Viburnum and More

by Susan Harris
Oh, boy.   Almost every day now there’s something new blooming.  So it’s certainly worth wandering the neighborhood with a camera – I know you’ll agree.  Here’s a  sampling from my …

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Not too late to plant trees and shrubs

Posted by Susan Harris.

You don’t have to take my word for it – it’s what Joel Lerner says in today’s Washington Post.  Read the whole article.

And he has this to say about pruning …

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