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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Although winter is an excellent time for adding hardy trees, shrubs and ground covers to the landscape, it also is a time to be cautious about creating problems that could invite termites into your home. This is especially true when creating and p…

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Picking fresh fruit from your own yard or garden can be a delicious way to add beauty and taste to your home landscape. And the best time to plant fruit trees in Louisiana is now through January, says LSU AgCenter horticulturist Allen Owings.

Thursday, December 15, 2016
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Many homeowners and commercial landscapers are noticing clusters of honey colored mushrooms in their landscapes. These mushrooms are fruiting bodies of Armillaria root rot caused by the species of the fungus Armillaria, says LSU AgCenter plant pat…

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Fall landscapes are full of plant materials that can add beauty to your holiday decorations. LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill suggests looking for attractive foliage, bright berries, decorative cones and pods to bring indoors for holiday ornam…

Thursday, November 17, 2016
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Tired of the same old centerpiece on turkey day? Here's some inspiration for a table that will wow from some of the area's top designers and florists who brought on the glitz and glam for the recent Dining by Design fundraiser.

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Caladiums are among the most reliable summer bedding plants for providing color in shady areas and even in sunny beds. They stay attractive despite the intense heat of summer and are rarely bothered by insects or disease.

Thursday, September 29, 2016