Tag: foliage

Bronze Is The New Green For Foliage

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UNITED STATES—Bronze foliage will never actually replace green foliage. Even if there were enough variety of plants with bronze foliage to do so, too...

Foliage Is Meant For Natural Weather

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UNITED STATES—Foliage needs sunlight for photosynthesis. Foliage needs air for respiration. Roots need moisture to sustain foliage. Houseplants can technically get all of what...

Evergreens From Our Home Gardens

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UNITED STATES—Evergreens are popular for home décor through winter because there is not much blooming so late in most other American climates. The tradition...

Autumn Weather Prompts Foliar Color

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UNITED STATES—Mild climates allow more flowers to bloom through autumn and winter here than in most other parts of America. That is why cool...

Evergreen Trees Drop Leaves Too

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UNITED STATES—As the deciduous trees that will soon be coloring for autumn defoliate for winter, the evergreen trees will become more prominent. Some evergreen...

Hedges – Living In The Background

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UNITED STATES—Pretty soon, as autumn weather starts to get cooler, some deciduous plants will develop brilliant color before defoliating for their winter dormancy. Throughout...

Ferns Are Delightful Without Bloom

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UNITED STATES—Many of the most popular plants are expected to bloom to add color and fragrance to the garden. Many others are grown to...

Colorful Foliage Needs No Bloom

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UNITED STATES—There is no shortage of color for the garden here in our mild climates. If we want to, we can grow various flowers...

Secret Lives Of Christmas Trees

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UNITED STATES—People really stress out over Christmas trees. Some do not want a cut Christmas tree because it involves killing the tree. Some do...

Leaves Are Starting To Fall

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UNITED STATES—Autumn is slow in getting here. Yes, as of last Sunday, it is now autumn. The date is determined by the equinox, so...

Where The Green Ferns Grow

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UNITED STATES—The list of what ferns will not do is more noteworthy than the list of what they will do. They do not bloom...

Summer Weather Can Scorch Foliage

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UNITED STATES—Severe summer weather is something that we think that we do not need to contend with. It only rarely gets as unbearably hot...

Christmas Trees And Cut Foliage

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UNITED STATES—There should be no guilt associated with a cut Christmas tree. They were stigmatized many years ago, when some people believed that they...

Houseplants Bring The Outdoors In

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UNITED STATES—Philodendrons, dracaenas, ferns, palms or any sort of tropical foliage inside our homes only create an illusion of closeness to nature. Naturally, these...

Plants Eventually Outgrow Juvenile Foliage

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UNITED STATES—Shortly after germinating and producing their first few leaves, many seedlings start to produce foliage that is indistinguishable from the foliage that they...

Early Autumn Color Might Disappoint

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UNITED STATES—It might seem like autumn color is a bit early this year. In the wild, where there is no irrigation, native box elders,...

Colorful Foliage Fades Through Summer

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UNITED STATES—Autumn foliar color is not the concern yet. It develops later as deciduous plants defoliate for winter. Purplish, reddish, yellowish, bluish or gray...

Colorful Foliage Long Before Autumn

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UNITED STATES—The best and brightest color in the garden is obviously still provided by flowers. Autumn color can be spectacular, but only amongst relatively...

Ferns Are Shady But Cool

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UNITED STATES—It could be either an asset or a liability. With few exceptions, ferns do not want to be too exposed to direct sunlight...

Conifers Have A Woodsy Style

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UNITED STATES—Conifers are the most prominent forest trees in North America, but are notably scarce in home gardens. Except for compact varieties of juniper...
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