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By David Gaines On Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
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Weathering the Mid-March Ice Storm

Just a week away from the official start of spring, and we experience an ice storm.  Go figure. Girards Saybrook Glory Azaleas Rhododendron Doublefile More...

Ann Magnolia Tulip Tree
By David Gaines On Friday, March 10th, 2017
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Winter Is Coming

When one thinks of March weather, one thinks of the spring.  And for the past week, it wasn’t so bad.  But the temperature has dropped significantly, enough so that there was snow today.  And it More...

ligustrum japonicum
By David Gaines On Saturday, March 4th, 2017
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Review/Preview of Plant Life Around the Abode

Just when the weather was acting like it was time to put away our winter clothes, today was a reminder that it’s still winter.  And with the drop in temperature, with a howling wind to go with it, More...

Rhododendron
By David Gaines On Friday, April 29th, 2016
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Rhododendrons Survive Leaf-Clipping Job; Persian Lilac Not So Much; New Plants Added

Earlier this month I clipped a ton of damaged leaves from the smaller of the two Rhododendron bushes.  Later I did the same for the larger of bush.  I thought I went a bit overboard, literally clipping More...

Doublefile Viburum
By David Gaines On Sunday, March 27th, 2016
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Doublefile Viburnum, Girards Saybrook Glory Azalea Are Latest Additions To Side of the House

With the new potter on the side of the house, I did something a bit different.  Just a little.  Instead of a perennial, I got a deciduous shrub, hoping it’ll weather the winter better and be less More...