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Pahl’s Plant of the Month – March 2013

By Tim Bartholomew Raise the Roof When I was thinking about a plant to write about for the month of March, my thoughts turned to Basketball and March Madness.   This brought my thoughts to the “Raise the Roof” series of Rhododendrons that originated with the same...

Pahl’s Plant of the Month – February 2013

By Tim Bartholomew AMBER JUBILEE NINEBARK is the 2012 First Edition plant introduced by Baileys Nursery.    This new Ninebark was developed by Jeffries Nursery in Manitoba Canada  and is now propagated under the “First Editions” label of Baileys Nursery.  Each year...

Pahl’s Plant of the Month – November

By David Schreier ‘FireDance’ Dogwood, a feu de joie in the Winter Landscape The Dogwoods are among the most useful of hardy ornamental woody plants.  They are adapted for many garden purposes, and grow well in acidic to neutral garden soil of abundant moisture that...
Pahl’s Plants of the Month – September

Pahl’s Plants of the Month – September

By Jackie Overom The Dwarf Burning Bush is a wonderful shrub hardy in our zone 4 climate.  It grows in height to 5-6 feet and is 5-8 feet wide when mature.  A very drought tolerant shrub that can be planted in the sun to light shade.  Use it for borders, accents, or...

Pahl’s Plant of the Month – February

My Monet® Sunset Weigela Weigela florida ‘Sunset’ PPAF Description: This new dwarf weigela has attractive gold foliage and nice red fall color. Grown primarily for its colorful foliage, it will occasionally produce soft, rosy pink flowers. Add it to the...
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