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  • Introducing ‘Scarlet Fire’®

    ‘Scarlet Fire’® This past winter punished many plants. Brutal and lengthy cold temperatures, in early January, coupled with our water deficit from last fall was the recipe for many broadleaf evergreens to succumb to nature’s wrath. Plants simply couldn’t pull in enough moisture to protect......

  • Visiting The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University

    The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University “Founded in 1872 as North America’s first public arboretum, the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University is a leading center for the study of biodiversity and a cherished 281-acre Boston landscape open free year round. One of the most comprehensive......

  • Slow & Steady

    Slow & Steady      This past summer, standing in a field of deciduous trees in Pennsylvania, my friend John Stella and I had a conversation that was subjective, yet enlightening. Speaking about different trees and the parasitic problems which can arise on certain ones......

  • A Humbling Experience, A Rare Privilege & A Stroll Through a Living Museum

         A perfect sunny day in early November, last year, had me experience one of my life’s great moments. John Mohr, my Iseli Nursery salesperson, invited me to experience, first-hand, one of the finest gardens in the Garden State. Hold on… not just the......

  • Holly Tea Olive, A True Christmas Gift

    It’s no secret that over the last decade the “Green Industry”, garden centers and growers, have had their fair share of botanical struggles. Hemlocks have woolly adelgid, oaks have bacterial leaf scorch (BLS) disease, elms have Dutch elm disease and elm bark beetle, impatiens have......

  • A Great Western Trio

    Recently back from our family vacation, this year we decided to visit a national park that is nearly 3,500 square miles. Mostly in Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park also runs through parts of Montana and Idaho. Dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, mudpots, fumaroles, geysers, more wildlife than......

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