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Helen’s Flower Hails Pollinators

Helen’s flower is an underdog when it comes to native plants. It is not as well known or as popular as butterfly milkweed, bee balm, or black-eyed Susans — but perhaps it’s time for its day in the sun. It…

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Q&A: What’s Wrong With My Pachysandra?

Q: We have a steep hill that is covered with mature Japanese Pachysandra that is dying. It is under a large tulip tree. This groundcover was healthy for more than twenty years. During the last couple of years the leaves have turned yellow…

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Q&A: When is it too late to transplant perennials?

Q: When is it too late to transplant my flowering perennials? How late into the fall can I divide and move my plants? A: It’s not too late! You can transplant perennials anytime until the ground freezes in the fall,…

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