Vaccinium ovatum: Evergreen Huckleberry Evergreen Shrub Height: 6 ft. Availability: High Growing ease: Medium Moisture req.: dry - moist Exposure req.: part shade - shade Beautiful foliage and edible fruit make this a must in most gardens. The new growth is bronze and the berries are blue to black. Does not transplant well, but can be grown easily from smaller potted stock. Can be hedged.
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My Fav Plant of the Moment- Viburnum - Revolutionary Gardens
Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum ‘Mariseii’ Common name Double-file Viburnum What a beautiful plant! Note: this is NOT a plant for small spaces. Mature size can reach 15ft H x 15ft W. Sure, you could keep whacking it back, and thinning it out… but why? The plant in the photo is one that’s being allowed to do …
Five hardworking Northwest native plants
Evergreen huckleberry keeps a tidy appearance year-round. Everyone's heard of the benefits of landscaping with native plants. But most of us aren't going to change our yards all at once. So if you're looking for a quick way to weave...
Problem Solver: Evergreen Huckleberry | Hip Chick Digs
Planning and planting typically keeps my mind on the garden even in winter. As I have learned, it can take years and years for a garden to really come into it’s own. The process I chose for my home garden was drawing out a planting plan for the trees, large shrubs and structures. As time went on, I have begun to fill in little bare
Garden Seeds | Scott Arboretum
Assistant Horticulturist Rowan Payne-Meyer give us tips on forcing winter stems for blooms all winter long from the garden. Tune into the Gardener’s Almanac each week to learn what we are doing in the garden at this moment. Learn from Scott Arboretum staff which plants...
PlantFiles Pictures: Garrya Species, Coast Silk Tassel, Silk Tassel Bush, Wavyleaf Silktassel (Garrya elliptica) by begoniacrazii
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