Plant species: Rose Drift
Drift® Roses are groundcover roses that provide tremendous color from Spring to Fall at a low height. These plants are tough, disease resistant and winter hardy. Repeat Bloomers that don’t require dead heading and a low growth that doesn’t require hedging, it is recommended that they be trimmed in mid-February to clean up the look,… Read more »
Rose Rosette Virus Identification and Control
What is Rose Rosette Virus? One of our beloved landscape plants, the rose, has been increasingly affected by this virus, which is spread by tiny wind transferred mites. Symptoms include thickened stem growth, excessive thorns, witches’ broom growth at end of stems, branch die-back, discolored and distorted leaves. The above image shows the excessive… Read more »
Prevent & Control Fungus in Landscapes
Learn how to prevent and control fungus in landscape and lawn areas from the experts at The Good Earth Garden Center.
Spring Pruning Tips for Arkansas!
Learn all about Spring pruning in Arkansas…including how, when, what and why!
Top 5 Shrubs with Long Season Color
Finding shrubs with long season color in Arkansas can be tough! The fact that fall is just around the corner is pretty inspiring PLUS it’s the best time to plant trees and shrubs in Arkansas. For those who need a little landscape boost, we have some ideas for you. Here are some outstanding shrubs that… Read more »