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7 Resolutions for Sustainable Landscaping in 2015

Everybody's doing their best to form new habits and make new commitments to healthy behavior in the New Year. From diet and exercise to work and school, there’s no limit to the areas in which folks are trying to better their lives. 

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5 Virginia Native Plants with Gorgeous Fall Colors

When we think of fall foliage, there are two plants that always come to mind: The burning bush (Eyonymous alatus compactus) and Bradford pear. Unfortunately, these once-venerated plants, although beautiful, are now becoming a problem in our native woodlands. They both have a bad tendency to naturalize, taking over large territories and choking out native species. There are a few native plants, however, that can put on just as good of a show and support a sustainable landscape at the same time. 
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