Plant Profiles by Barry Fugatt
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Aronia is a native American species that deserves a much wider planting in our gardens.
This versatile broadleaf evergreen is wonderfully equipped for a variety of garden roles.
There simply is no commercial product on the market that improves soil as well as finished compost.
The ancient technique of Espalier can be used to train trees for a decorative look or for making the most use out of small spaces.
If you're up for the challenge, no plant offers a more beautiful flower or glorious scent than gardenia.
A brief overview of the growing requirements and design uses of ornamental grasses.
Picutres and descriptions of the tall, medium, and small ornamental grasses that grow best in Tulsa.
Itea is a beautiful plant with a tough disposition.
The Rose-of-Sharon from past generations was a worthy landscape shrub and new varieties are even better.
These Earthkind™ roses are the finest, most thoroughly tested, and most environmentally responsible rose cultivars for use in Oklahoma.
Gardeners are turning away from high maintenance roses and embracing the tough and beautiful no-spray shrub roses.
The new spirea cultivars have it all: gorgeous flowers, colorful foliage, compact growth, disease and insect resistance, and a tough as nails constitution.