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Sep 10, 2018

Discover 6 great flowering shrubs for shade

Another compact rhododendron worth seeking out is the purple-flowered “Ramapo.” Lavalamp Flare Panicle Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata “Kolmavesu”): An adaptable and petite hydrangea that’s hardy to -40 degrees F, Lavalamp Flare produces big, conical flower clusters that are white and age to a brilliant pink. Each upright flower panicle can grow up to 16 inches long. With a mature height of just 2 to 3 feet, that means over half of the plant’s height is flowers. It’s perfect for smaller yards and gardens with limited sun. Another wonderful shade-loving hydrangea with no-fail blooms is the oak leaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia). Japanese Andromeda (Pieris japonica): This broad-leaved evergreen shrub produces panicles of small, white, bell-shaped flowers in the spring. It’s a great early forage plant for many species of bees. Fully hardy here in Western Pennsylvania, Japanese andromeda prefers slightly acidic soil and some protection from heavy winter winds. The drooping clusters of flowers occur on shrubs that reach about 8 feet tall at maturity, though some dwarf cultivars do exist. There are also some varieties with pink flowers and foliage, too. As an added bonus, Japanese andromeda is typically deer resistant. Compact Korean Azalea (Azalea yedoenese var. poukhanense “Compacta”): This semi-evergreen, compact azalea seldom requires pruning and produces lavender-pink flowers in the spring. It’s perfect for woodland gardens and shady beds. At full maturity, this slow-growing azalea reaches just 3 feet tall and spreads about 5 feet wide. Its an easy-care flowering shrub for the shade. Unfortunately, the deer do favor it (along with other azaleas), but if you have space for this beauty, I highly recommend it. Mountain laurel (Kalimia latifolia): If you’re looking for a great North American native flowering shrub to tuck into a shady spot, mountain laurel is a beautiful option. This evergreen shrub has shiny green leaves that are topped with clusters of cup-shaped flowers in the mid-spring. Though some sources tout it as being deer resistant, mountain laurel is a favorite of the deer in my garden, so plant it with caution. Mountain laurel is the state flower of Pennsylvania, and most varieties can reach up to 10 feet in height, though they are fairly slow growers. There are many cultivars of this shrub that come in a wide range of flower colors but all prefer to grow in sh...

Sep 14, 2016

Ask an Expert: Fall planting brings winter color

Many plants are available that will help create winter interest in the yard. Consider these varieties for a splash of color in the upcoming months. Lavalle hawthorn: This beautiful and durable tree grows well in most populated areas of Utah. It has white spring flowers and dark green summer leaves. The leaves often turn brilliant red in late fall and stay on the tree until December. The fruit is also red and stays on the tree most of the winter, serving as a meal for cedar wax wings and other birds. This tree can have thorns, but they do not generally cause problems. Red and yellow twig dogwood: These shrubs thrive in wetter areas of the yard and grow 6 to 12 feet tall and wide. There are many varieties with beautiful coral-red bark, along with a few that are bright yellow. The branches are often used to make wreaths. Heavy spring pruning keeps the size in check and encourages new growth that has the best color. Holly: Not many holly species perform well in Utah. However, in protected areas, the blue holly series is an exception. These hold their leaves throughout the winter and have the classic holly foliage popular during the Christmas season. These are best grown where they receive afternoon shade. If berries are desired, a male and female cultivar must be grown, such as Blue Prince and Blue Pr... (CacheValleyDaily ... - Cache Valley Daily)

Jan 8, 2016

Madison says 'farewell' to police Capt. Joseph Cirella

Capt. Cirella’s children. Donations should be addressed to: Madison PBA 92, 62 Kings Road, Madison, N.J. 07940, Attn: Vincent Dellavalle. (New Jersey Hills)

Jan 8, 2016

Madison says farewell to Capt. Joseph Cirella

Capt. Cirella's children. Donations should be addressed to: Madison PBA 92, 62 Kings Road, Madison, N.J. 07940, Attn: Vincent Dellavalle. (New Jersey Hills)

Jan 8, 2016

Real Estate Transactions For Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties January ...

Barbara Bernashe to Nancy E. Skeels, 375 Warren Wright Road, $269,000. Thiago Garcia, Thiago N. Garcia and Rachel Paschoal-Garcia to Jared A. Lavalle, 531 Bardwell St., $199,000. Blandford Elizabeth A. Jordt to Kyle A. Dulude and Sophia Dulude, Nye Brook Road, $4,000. Lynette P. Avery and Lynette P. Parker to Marcelle V. Avery, 32 Woronoco Road, $100. Brimfield Jennifer Elmore and Christopher Elmore to Sarah J. Buzanowski and Kimmie L. Higgins, 75 Monson Road, $242,000. Robert R. Runge and Anita L. Ducharme to Bernard L. Parker and Melissa A. Parker, 1237 Dunhamtown Brimfield Road, $273,000. Chicopee Barbara A. Deslauriers, Alexander M. McKissick and Sophie A. McKissick to David Deslauriers and Susana Deslauriers, 70 Arlmont St., $115,000. Bich Nham Geung and Wah Geung to Ai Hong Huang, 32 Yorktown Court, $90,000. Chrissys Corner LLC, to Matthew 11:28 Church Of God, 16 Bolduc Lane, $150,000. U S A Housing & Urban Development to Joshua Alan Balise and Jessica Balise, 27 Helen St., $109,000. Grandview Development Associates LLC, to Joseph M. Parslow and Janet A. Parslow, 36 Elmcrest Drive, Unit 29, $285,000. Khanh Nguyen, representative, Oanh Ngoc Tran, estate, Ngoc Nguyen, Kevin Nguyen and Oanh N. Tran, estate, to Kris C. Wojtowicz, 107 Mandalay Road, $160,000. Magdalene N. Eboso, Magdalene N. Bagiira and Frankline Eboso to Christopher D. Sawa, 56 Longwood Drive, $215,000. Margaret M. Hayduk to Sharon A. Ribeiro, 42 Greenwood Terrace, Unit 6144b, $94,500. Ronald Gagne Sr., and Bonnie A. Gagne to Eric P. Alicea and Tanya M. Alicea, 84 Bell St., $172,500. Sarah A. Latour to Lori A. Turek, 62 Kelley Road, Unit V-2, $112,000. TNOP Inc., to At Home Properties LLC, 70 Arthur St., $65,000. Cummington Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Foundation to Franklin Woods Investments LLC, West Cummington Road, $94,000. Franklin Woods Investments LLC, to Vanessa A. Lewis, West Cummington Road, $175,000. Seth Mias to Susan M. Teasley, Cole Street, $20,000. East Longmeadow Cabot Real Estate LLC, to Joseph M. Carlos and Briana A. Carlos, Peachtree Road, $150,000. D R Chestnut LLC, to Jeffrey S. Goodless, 2 Feather Reed Lane, Unit III-03, $405,000. Danny S. Larochelle to Robert-Thomas Construction LLC, 45 Sturbridge Lane, $125,000. Laura J. Rollins, Richard C. Rollins Jr., and Laura J. Foley to Carla Lomangino, 150 Kibbe Road, $399,900. Robert A. Gagne and Lynn P. Gagne to Sammy Guilbe Sr., and Lisamary Guilbe, 11 Dawes St., $217,500. Robert J. Villeneuve and Oksa... (

Jan 8, 2016

3 months after promotion, Madison police captain dies of cancer

Captain Cirella” in the memo field). Envelopes should be addressed to Madison PBA 92, 62 Kings Road, Madison, NJ 07940, Attn: Vincent Dellavalle. The donations will be used for scholarship money for his children. Staff Writer William Westhoven: 973-917-9242; Read or Share this story: ... (Daily Record)


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