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Early in the spring is the time that we’re all itching to say goodbye to the harsh winter weather and get some color back in our yards.

One way to do this is to put in early blooming plants to get a jump start on the growing season.

Do you want to be the talk of the neighborhood in late March when you have shrubs that are blooming and no one else does?

The following are all shrubs that are blooming right now and could provide a yearly relief from the drab grayness of winter.

With it being spring, things are blooming and the gardening season is about to be in full swing. If we’ve learned anything from the recent economic happenings, it is that we all would like to save some money.

One great way to do this is by growing your own produce. Make your yard work for you as much as you work for it!

Apple trees are always a very popular choice. Apple trees will not only provide fruit for your enjoyment, they are also a beautiful addition to any yard.

Bareroot Basics

Planting bareroot plants can be very intimidating if you’ve not done it before. Luckily, you have us to help eliminate the anxiety of planting bareroot.

At a glance, bareroot plants do not look like much more than a stick with some ‘hairy’ roots hanging from them, but if given the chance they can transform your yard into a beautiful green-filled paradise.

Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Renhy’

The enormous cone shaped blooms on this beauty start out a vanilla white, changing to a soft pink and finally to a ripe strawberry red. Remember, new flowers keep the multi-color show going from July into the fall. This plant is 6’-7’ tall and 4’-5’ wide. East or North exposure is best or placed under a large shade tree (Zone 4).

Prairie Rose Crabapple

Malus 'Prairie Rose'