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Japanese Maples: The Epitome of Style and Grace

by , September 21st 2015

Japanese maples are one of the most popular small ornamental trees in our area Who would have thought that a tree without sho... read more

Eight Tips for Growing Herbs

by the Merrifield Education Team, September 4th 2015

If you’ve never grown an herb garden, we urge you to try it There’s nothing quite like the wonderful aroma of lavender in... read more

Crape Myrtle: A Plant For All Seasons

by the Merrifield Education Team, June 17th 2015

Crape myrtle is the ultimate landscape plant That’s a pretty big claim to make, but what other plant has such a wide range ... read more

Smart Gardeners Have It Made In The Shade

by , June 8th 2015

Do you have a sun-challenged garden No problem! You don’t need bright sunlight to grow beautiful flowers Many trees, shrubs... read more

Southern Magnolia: The Quintessential Southern Tree

by , May 18th 2015

Grab an iced tea, a seat on the front porch and relax with the sweet fragrance of magnolia in the air Now this is Southern li... read more

Do I Have Termites?

by , April 16th 2015

David Yost, Merrifield Plant Specialist The signs of spring are everywhere! The cherry blossoms are spectacular Wild flowers ... read more

You’ll Dig Growing Your Own Potatoes

by , March 26th 2015

David Yost, Merrifield Plant Specialist I can’t imagine life without potatoes Can you Baked, mashed, boiled, fried … nutr... read more

Knock Out Roses – To Prune or Not to Prune

by , March 18th 2015

David Yost, Merrifield Plant Specialist At the Plant Clinic, a lot of gardeners have been asking us if they should prune thei... read more

Turning a Tiny Backyard into an Outdoor Room

by , March 3rd 2015

Mary Kirk Menefee, Merrifield Landscape Designer Outdoor rooms are everywhere On television, in magazines and on social media... read more

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