Fall is just around the corner – in fact, it begins tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 22. Although we still have some warm, or even hot, days ahead of us, now is a great time to plant something that will give you some autumn interest. Trees such as Chinese pistache, flame leaf sumac, red oak, golden desert [...]Read More...
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