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It's hard to remember every plant we have or would like to have. That's why we keep lists.  Our plant lists content information about our tries at growing, general information on the plant and photographs.
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      There are over 200 species of plants cultivated in our gardens. To learn more about any of these either find the plant in the list above, search for a plant in the box to the left or clock on one of the categories or locations in the left column.
      Each plant listed will show a picture, and our notes about that plant.   When possible, we include the Latin botanical name, a short descriptions, and planting notes.
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macrophylla Bailmer (ENDLESS SUMMER®)
Endless Summer® will begin to bloom in spring and repeat through fall. This extremely cold hardy shrub will spice up any garden with the large mophead flowers. Endless Summer blooms on old wood and current season growth, assuring every season will produce a spectacular show. Endless Summer are hard to keep blue.
They need a strong, acidic fertilizer, like Miracle Gro Acid Gro, coffee grounds, horse manure and peat moss. But the key is aluminum sulfate, on top of all that other stuff. Mix epsom salt with water and apply about every two weeks.
Fall 2005. Ordered from Wayside. Plant in rose bed. (Died)
2006 Bought two from No-Frills $19.97
2007 Bought three from Bomgaards $29.99
Oak Tree Bed
Snowflake Oakleaf Hydrangea

Double flowers, bloom season is much longer than the single vanities. White blooms age to a pretty pink. Brilliant red-burgundy fall colors.
Notes on Pruning Hydrangeas
Photos of Julie's plant
Purchased 3 from Mulhall's in 2007. Planted in Bay Window bed on south side of house.

Oak Tree Bed
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