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Dwarf Shrubs in Landscapes

AUBURN, Ala. – Developing a functional and beautiful landscape can be difficult. When deciding how to build your landscape, there are two factors that come into play: space and expense. Mike McQueen, an Alabama Extension regional agent of home grounds, garden and home pest, said that when choosing plants for a space, remember that the plant should have a purpose for being in ... Read More »

Fall-Blooming Flowers: Reblooming Azaleas

reblooming azaelas

AUBURN, Ala. – When thinking of flowers blooming, many think of them blooming in the spring. An exception? Reblooming azaleas. What makes reblooming azaleas different from regular azaleas? It’s in the name. This type of shrub blooms in the spring and again in the fall. “Reblooming azaleas reliably bloom in the spring and fall, but they are never covered with a complete carpet of flowers ... Read More »

Spring Bursting with Color

It’s spring! And in Alabama that means colorful flowers and lots of them.  Azaleas and dogwoods are just a few of the plants that have spring bursting with color.  Alabama Extension’s publication on azaleas has great ideas on how to add a Masters and Augusta National sparkle to your landscape. To learn more about how to enhance your garden and landscape, check ... Read More »