Sally Renshaw
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Currant, Red Lake Intense flavor. Considered the best red currant. Large and juicy red berries ripen in late spring through the summer months, with intense flavor ideal for making preserves. Red berries, although tart, can be eaten fresh picked and are attractive to birds.With showy, bright red fruits and aromatic leaves, vigorous bushes make attractive hedges in the garden. Best grown in rich, well-drained soil. Very resistant to White Pine Blister Rust. Very high in vitamin C.

Currant, Red Lake Intense flavor. Considered the best red currant. Large and juicy red berries ripen in late spring through the summer months, with intense flavor ideal for making preserves. Red berries, although tart, can be eaten fresh picked and are attractive to birds.With showy, bright red fruits and aromatic leaves, vigorous bushes make attractive hedges in the garden. Best grown in rich, well-drained soil. Very resistant to White Pine Blister Rust. Very high in vitamin C.

Cotoneaster adpressus ‘Little Gem’ COMPACT COTONEASTER GPP. 1' H x 2" W. Very little pruning, good ground cover, foundation planting, edging. Full sun to light shade, ok with clay. Occasional watering.

Cotoneaster adpressus ‘Little Gem’ COMPACT COTONEASTER GPP. 1' H x 2" W. Very little pruning, good ground cover, foundation planting, edging. Full sun to light shade, ok with clay. Occasional watering.

Cotoneaster

Cotoneaster

Lilac http://www.countryliving.com/outdoor/expert-gardening-tips-and-advice/lilac-pruning

Lilac http://www.countryliving.com/outdoor/expert-gardening-tips-and-advice/lilac-pruning

White Lilac

White Lilac

Potentilla-Potentilla is one of the most common, and easiest shrubs to grow. It starts blooming in late spring and continues through autumn, bearing cheery yellow, orange, red, or white flowers that look like single roses (which attract butterflies). It has attractively divided foliage

Potentilla-Potentilla is one of the most common, and easiest shrubs to grow. It starts blooming in late spring and continues through autumn, bearing cheery yellow, orange, red, or white flowers that look like single roses (which attract butterflies). It has attractively divided foliage

perennial cranesbill geraniums Check out the website, some girl tried a new diet and tracked her results

perennial cranesbill geraniums Check out the website, some girl tried a new diet and tracked her results

Red geranium

Red geranium