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Another Tulsa Plant Recipe!

This combination is a rare one…. Lemon Wave Hydrangea with Baptista.  Baptista is sometimes referred to as ‘False Indigo’. The foliage after the spring blooming of Baptista is quite lovely and goes nicely with the Lemon Hydrangea. The flowers are more of a Lace-cap, or small  floret in a light mauve. The foliage of the Lemon…

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When to trim Azaleas

Many people ask us “when is the best time to trim my azaleas?” Trim them after the last bloom has died. The new growth comes on after they bloom. The new buds for the flowers are set soon after the new growth…so you have only a small window for trimming. Do not trim very much…usually…

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Spring

So far we are having an early Spring this year…its time to go out and clean up the beds and prepare for any planting of seeds. Remember to plant inside 6 to 8 weeks before the last frost, which is considered to be April 15th here in Tulsa.

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Whats blooming right now in Tulsa, Oklahoma?

Wisteria is in full bloom right now. The colors range from white to pink to shades of lilac. It’s easy to grow; in fact, Wisteria sometimes has to be tamed with some aggressive pruning. It works well on arbors and atop fences and — with some careful attention — in old established trees.  There are…

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Tulsa White Dogwood

Dogwoods will be bursting open soon…because of our sharp winter and hot summer temperatures in Tulsa we have some of the visually strongest displays.

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Kwanzan Cherry…the most beautiful of blooms

The Kwanzan Cherry is blooming all around Tulsa right now….this tree has a sterling silver bark that glows in winter and the Spring blooms look like mini peonies…upright or weeping you can’t go wrong with adding this to your Spring pallet for early blooming… http://www.arborday.org/treeguide/treedetail.cfm?id=149

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Lilac…one of the first radiant smells of Spring

I love this smell…I look forward to this every Spring. Lilacs are worth the trouble…not an easy plant to grow in the beginning….but once established can make it through the hottest of summers. When trimming a Lilac…cut as if you are cutting blooms to put in water…this is all the trimming you need……removing any dead…

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What’s Blooming in Tulsa! Purple Leaf Plum

This Purple Leaf Plum tree grows up to about 20 feet. One of the first to bloom in March, is sometimes knocked out by a surprise freeze. The leaves remain a variation of this color all summer. Loves the sun and has a surprising amount of color this time of year.

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Sunflowers

Plant Sunflower seeds in an area where they can grow and not be in your way…they are bright and delightful in the Summer heat.

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