Landscaping In Spite of Black Walnuts

Black walnut trees can have a dramatic, negative affect on certain plants. Black walnut trees, and a few other types of trees, produce a chemical called juglone that causes wilting, yellowing of leaves and sometimes the death of susceptible plants. To learn more about juglone toxicity and which plants are suceptible, read this article…

Concolor Fir, Abies concolor

Native to the western US, concolor fir is a great  evergreen tree for the Midwestern landscape. It is one of the most adaptable firs and is a good substitute for blue spruce. Slow-growing, with an almost perfect pyramidal Christmas tree shape, this tree needs little maintenance in most landscapes. To learn more about concolor fir, read this article…

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