Tag Archives: Shrubs

Plant bio: Deutzia

by Kate Wilson Deutzia gracilis is a small growing shrub (2’-5’ tall and wide), native to Japan, that is tolerant of clay soils – which we know all too well about here in Ohio. The largest I’ve ever seen it here … Continue reading

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Easy Care Fruit Trees and Shrubs

by Kate Wilson There’s something romantic in the idea of walking out into your yard and picking an apple off of your own tree and taking a big juice bite out of it! This notion becomes even more intense once … Continue reading

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New Shrub Varieties for the Landscape

There’s more to the landscape than the good old evergreen yew and forsythia. Here are a few new varieties of landscape shrubs that Oakland thinks will stand up to the rigors of central Ohio weather and soils. Incrediball Hydrangea®. Enormous … Continue reading

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