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  • January 13, 2017
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Pyrus ussuriensis P ussuriensis ‘Early Gold’ P ussuriensis ‘Golden Spice’ Pear is one of my favourite trees for the Prairies  It has an excellent flower display in spring, dark, glossy green foliage througout summer, and outstanding fall colour, which varies according to...

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Amelanchier ‘Autumn Brilliance’ Amelanchier ‘Robin Hill’ I really like serviceberry, because it’s basically just a single-stem, saskatoon tree  Unfortunately, I don’t think it is 100% right for our region, even though it technically is hardy and gets through the winter  It...

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  • January 12, 2017
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Lonicera tatarica This is a common shrub in older neighbourhoods and boulevards  It has pretty pale, pink, or reddish flowers, nice leaf shape and grows to about 10′  It tends to get leggy with age, but despite that can look nice as an accent, surrounded by various perennials in a garden bed...

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Acer saccharum It is unusual to find a sugar maple in Red Deer  Although listed as Zone 3, I find this species to be marginally hardy, at best, and I think Zone 4+ would be more appropriate  I’ve looked after only two specimens in the last 15 years, and for their age, they aren’t very big...

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Picea glauca – White Spruce Picea pungens glauca – Colorado Blue Spruce Spruce trees are truly ubiquitous in central Alberta, and the epitome of tree species to many people  While I don’t share that view, I do appreciate their abundance in the city, as they give year round colour to...