What's Coming Up 64: Landscape design, pots, hellebore, burning bush, fall work, buckthorn

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Trace your way to new landscape

Pot in pot for a colorful planter

Hellebores: Royalty yet divisible

Anemone gets the best of me

Beating around a (burning) bush

Fall cut-downs, squirrel foils, revolving bulbs

Marvelous fall color leaf collections

When oak and beech beat buckthorn

Cheering on egrets, regretting under-shrub weeds

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Acer palmatum, Japanese maple

fall color  Pg 9

Acer rubrum, red maple

fall color  Pg 9

Acer platanoides, Norway maple

fall color  Pg 9

Acer saccharum, sugar maple

fall color  Pg 9

 

Amelanchierserviceberry/shadblow/Juneberry
           fall color  Pg 9
Ampelopsis
            Ampelopsis brevipedunculata 'Elegans', variegated porcelain vine
                        fall color  Pg 9
Anemone

             Anemone blanda, woodland windflower  Pg 5
Belamcanda

            Belamcanda chinensis, blackberry lily
                        fall color  Pg 9
Betula
, birch
            Betula nigra, river birch
                        fall color  Pg 9

birds
            egret struts  Pg 11
bulbs
            tubers   Pg 5
            which end up  Pg 5, 7
Canna

           storage  Pg 8
Carya
, hickory
            Carya ovata, shagbark hickory
                        fall color  Pg 9
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides
, groundcover plumbago/leadwort
                        fall color  Pg 9
color
            fall color and sunlight  Pg 6
            fall color collage  Pg 9
containers, pots and planters
            changeable center in large pot  Pg 2
            long interest, whole landscape planter  Pg 2
coppice  Pg 10
Cornus

            Cornus racemosa, graystem dogwood
                        fall color  Pg 9
            Cornus florida, flowering dogwood
                        fall color  Pg 9
Dahlia

           storage  Pg 8
design, step by step design
            design bed size for significant show  Pg 3
            design an entry area  Pg 3
            hedge as a design element
                        background color  Pg 6
                        winter privacy  Pg 10
            inexpensive landscape improvement  Pg 1-3
            working from traced photos  Pg 2-3
dried flowers
            fall leaves  Pg 8-9
Euonymus
            Euonymus alatus, burning bush
                        fall color development  Pg 6
                        invasive  Pg 6
Fagus
, beech
             effective hedge  Pg 10, WU65 Pg 4
Geranium , perennial geranium, cranesbill
            Geranium macrorrhizum, bigroot hardy geranium  Pg 2
            Geranium sanguineum, blood red cranesbill
                        fall color  Pg 9
Ginkgo biloba, Ginkgotree
            fall color  Pg 9
hedge
            privacy, winter  Pg 10
Helleborus
, hellebore, lenten rose
           dividing  Pg 4
hickory, Carya
Hosta

            fall color  Pg 9
Hydrangea

            Hydrangea quercifolia, oakleaf Hydrangea
                        fall color  Pg 9
invasive plants
            buckthorn  Pg 10
Juniperus
            Juniperus 'Mother Lode'  Pg 2
            Juniperus'Blue Rug'  Pg 2
juvenile foliage  Pg 10
leaves
            fall leaves in the mail  Pg 8
            juvenile foliage clings in winter  Pg 10
Lindera

            Lindera angustifolia, Chinese spicebush
                        fall color  Pg 9
Malus
, apple/crabapple
            fall color  Pg 9
meristem  Pg 5
Metasequoia glyptostroboides, dawn redwood, armpit tree
            fall color  Pg 9
node
            related to bulb/corm growth  Pg 5
Paeonia
, peony
            fall color  Pg 9
perennials
            continual color from perennial bed  Pg 3
            dividing  Pg 4
            fall cut down  Pg 7
Polygonatum

            Polygonatum odoratum, sweet Solomon's seal
                        fall color  Pg 9
pruning
            by squirrels  Pg 7
            coppice  Pg 10
            overgrown, just do it  Pg 2
Prunus

            Prunus yedoensis, Japanese flowering cherry
                        fall color  Pg 9
Quercus
, oak
            hedge of persistent foliage  Pg 10
            Quercus bicolor, swamp white oak
                        fall color  Pg 9
            Quercus palustris, pin oak
                        fall color  Pg 9
Rhamnus
, buckthorn
            effective hedge  Pg 10
           invasive  Pg 10
Salvia
            Salvia officinalis, culinary  sage
                        'Berggarten'  Pg 2
Sassafras albidum

            fall color  Pg 9
seasonal changes
            fall color and sunlight  Pg 6
            fall leaves as art  Pg 8-9
Sedum
            Sedum spurium 'Red Carpet'  Pg 2
Thuja, arborvitae, cedar
           pruning  Pg 7-8
Viburnum
            Viburnum dentatum, arrowwood Viburnum
                        fall color  Pg 9
weeds and weeding
            chase running roots  Pg 11
            easier with simpler definition of weed  Pg 1
            situational weeding  Pg 1
            smothering  Pg 11
wildlife
            birds  Pg 11
            squirrels  Pg 7-8

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