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The Blanket Flower
Gaillardia, also called the blanket flower, is considered a most useful and attractive plant for the landscape.

The Botany and Names of Holly
Holly is often used for Christmas decorations. This plant is known by many common names.

The Cacao or Chocolate Tree
The cacao or chocolate tree originated in South and Central America.

The Chapin and Colette Pears
Home orchards are more popular than ever. Fruit trees are also a good choice for the home landscape. Here are profiles of some highly recommended pear varieties.

The Christmas Tree in America
The Christmas tree was first used in the early 1800s in America by German settlers.

The Columbia and Dana Hovey Pears
Both the European and Asian pears are suitable for home orchards. You won't go wrong with Conference and Dana Hovey pears.

The Concord Grape
The Concord is a delightful all purpose grape. It is extremely disease resistant.

The Conference and Daisui Li Pears
When choosing pear trees for the home landscape and home orchards do consider the heirloom varieties.

The Eastern Redbud
All of the redbuds are excellent small trees for the landscape. Eastern redbud is the most popular.

The Edible Landscape
Tasty tomatoes picked at the peak of perfection, freshly harvested lettuce, and succulent ripe strawberries. If you want them, youŽll need to grow them yourself. Any yard can become an edible landscape.

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