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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Nandina – Plant of the Week

26-09-2012 by admin

Nandina, also commonly known as Heavenly Bamboo or Sacred Bamboo, is a suckering shrub, meaning that the plant pushes out new growth from the base of the plant.  Despite the common names, Nandina is not actually a type of bamboo.  Nandina is a hard [...]

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Pyracantha – Plant of the Week

21-09-2012 by admin

Pyracantha is an evergreen shrub that is cherished for its spectacular fall and winter display of fruits. It has the ability to withstand dry conditions. In the spring, clusters of small flowers will bloom. The berries will begin to change in the fal [...]

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Oak Leaf Hydrangea – Plant of the Week

13-09-2012 by admin

The Oakleaf Hydrangea is one of just a few hydrangeas native to the United States. It gets its name from the shape of the large, beautiful leaves which can turn brilliant shades of red, orange, yellow, and burgundy in the fall when planted in a sunny [...]

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Kane Landscapes wins Safety Award

07-09-2012 by admin

Every year Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) bestows a safety award to those companies that meet the stringent requirements.  This year, Kane Landscapes was feted with this honor.The award, part of PLANET’s annual Safety Recognition Awards Pr [...]

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