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GardenDesignOnline by Jane Berger - 3d ago

O, my luve's like a red, red rose, That's newly sprung in June. O, my Luve's like a melodie, That's sweetly played in tune... Robert Burns And this rose is surely what the poet had in mind. "Valentine's Day," new from Weeks Roses in 2006, is a climbing mini-flora with...
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GardenDesignOnline by Jane Berger - 1w ago

Some of the new plants this year from Bailey Nurseries First Editions® Lotty's Love™ Rose (Rosa rugosa 'BOC rogosnif') This new ever-blooming rugosa won a gold medal from the American Rose Society, most likely because it has huge clusters of semi-double deep pink blooms with golden stamens and a strong...
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Description February 16, 10am-1pm, Silver Spring Civic Building, Silver Spring, MD Please join us for our third annual APLD Winter Lecture, this year featuring International Award-Winning Designer Carrie Preston! Carrie is an American living in the Netherlands where she is the owner and head designer of Studio TOOP. She has...
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SELECTED EVENTS AROUND THE COUNTRY: Exhibitions: thru Feb 21: Landscape Architecture of Oehme, van Sweden, Athens, GA University of Georgia, TCLF, 202-483-0553 Feb 19-April 12, Landscape Legacy of Dan Kiley, Palm Desert, CA Univ of CA Riverside, Palm Desert Center, TCLF, 202-483-0553 Feb 23-April 7, Dallas Blooms, Dallas TX Dallas...
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GardenDesignOnline by Jane Berger - 3w ago

New Roses for 2019 from Star Roses & Plants: Cherry Frost™ Rose (Rosa Overedclimb') A lovely disease-resistant climber that repeat blooms throughout the season and is hardy to USDA Zone 4. What's not to like about that? It has dark green leaves that contrast beautifully with the deep red blooms,...
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GardenDesignOnline by Jane Berger - 3w ago

New Shrubs for 2019 from one of the best in the business: Spring Meadow Nursery Legend of the Fall™ Bottlebrush (Fothergilla x intermedia 'ALICE') Wow. And wow again. Designers have always favored fothergilla for its brilliant fall color, but this new one is truly outstanding, with shades of yellow, orange,...
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GardenDesignOnline by Jane Berger - 1M ago

photo © Weeks Roses Close enough. Coretta Scott King Rose (Rosa 'WEKstohoco') This rose was named in 2013 after the wife of Martin Luther King. It's a tall, upright and bushy grandiflora with blooms of a coral-orange hue. It has a spicy tea fragrance and very good disease resistance. Hybridized...
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I can't think of a designer who doesn't know of/doesn't use Proven Winners plants, whether shrubs, small evergreens, roses, perennials or annuals. The plants are hardy; many of the shrubs are on the small side, suitable for urban or suburban gardens; and the annuals and perennials will make any container...
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GardenDesignOnline by Jane Berger - 1M ago

David Austin Roses is introducing three new English Roses to the United States this spring. 'The pale yellow 'Vanessa Bell' is a compact rose that produces many blooms. The firm's senior rosarian, Michael Mariott, says it is "one of the most free-flowering varieties" the firm has ever produced. Its fragrance...
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photo: Eric Wiseman via SMA The Society of Municipal Arborists has selected the American hophornbeam (Ostrya virginiana) as 2019's Urban Tree of the Year. According to Nina Bassuk, Director of Cornell's Urban Horticulture Institute, the plant goes by many names -- American or Eastern hophornbeam, ironwood, hornbeam, leverwood -- "a...
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