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The ordeal started in the mid 1990's when I excitedly wrote in the Atlanta Journal and Constitution about a viburnum I hadn't seen before. It was called 'Kern's Pink', and I had come across it at Don Shadow's wholesale nursery in Winchester, Tennessee. The shrub was in full bloom in late April, maybe a bit past its prime, but you could tell that this had the potential to be a blockbuster plant. Instead of the usual white snowball type blooms on Viburnum plicatum, the flowers were a lovely…
Plant This Tough-as-Nails Perennial Garden Plan for a Gorgeous, Low-Maintenance Landscape
A fuss-free yard doesn't have to be boring. Keep the color coming all season long with this easy-care design.
Low maintenance is what everyone wants. This front yard design Incorporated a dry-creek bed with a few native plants. We help to conserve water by installing drip irrigation with an automatic timer, this will keep our plants watered during the hot summers.