Many of us still traditional lawns that require frequent mowing, watering and chemical applications. Imagine how much healthier our planet would be if we all, or even just half of us, adopted a different, more earthfriendly concept such as a habiturf lawn. Learn more here.
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Fatsia japonica is the most distinctive of all evergreens with large, lobed palmate leaves (16") Grown in mass plantings on larger sites or as a specimen in smaller gardens. Grow with ferns, hostas, and Rhododendrons. Drumstick-like flowers are otherworldly in appearance but add to the distinctiveness of this shrub.
Top 10 Trees to Plant Under Power Lines: #6 Kousa Dogwood (Cornus kousa) - Chinese Dogwood is the Rolls Royce of dogwoods; spring blooms, tiers of horizontal branches, fall foliage, fruit, and winter silhouette offer four seasons of beauty. Chinese, or kousa, dogwood is highly resistant to dogwood anthracnose, a disease killing large numbers of the flowering dogwood native to the U.S. Plant this tree 6-10 feet out from under the lines and avoid future pruning challenges.
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