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Illicium ‘Woodland Ruby’
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Illicium ‘Woodland Ruby’

The quest for improved performance and adaptability in order to meet the ongoing challenges of today’s residential landscape provides the motivation to seek out plants …

Bees in further danger?
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Bees in further danger?

Well, harrumph. Poor bees. Just when we thought we were making headway on the bee thing, we find another threat. Raptors? The Rapture? Nope. This …

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Hoya carnosa

My grandmother was an early adopter, of sorts. She kept all manner of house plants, especially in the parlor, but toted them out to the …

Field Notes: Cornus amomum
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Field Notes: Cornus amomum

Here at Carolina Native Nursery in Western North Carolina, Cornus amomum (silky dogwood) is a plant that we’re used to seeing on stream restoration project …