The Landscape Contest Winner is…

The Landscape Contest Winner is…

Last month Hoffman Nursery had a landscape design contest for college students who are on the path to a career in horticulture.

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Landscape Journal: The Value of Burning

Landscape Journal: The Value of Burning

Intentionally setting fire to a landscape can seem counterproductive. But it’s a useful tool for managing forests, prairies, meadows, and other grasslands. Many of these ecosystems need periodic fire—historically caused by lightning—to set seed and reduce competition from woody species. Fire-adapted species play a key role.

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Unexpected Container Grasses

Unexpected Container Grasses

Containers aren’t just for flowers, and grasses aren’t just for ground covers and borders. Mix it up and use grasses to add personality, texture, and color to containers. We’ve chosen a few of our favorite grasses that you might not have thought of using in containers.

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Student Competition Comes to North Carolina

Student Competition Comes to North Carolina

Last week brought students from all over the country to North Carolina. They were here to attend the 42nd National Collegiate Landscape Competition (NCLC), hosted by Alamance Community College in Graham, North Carolina.

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Landscape Journal Begins: Cutting Back

Landscape Journal Begins: Cutting Back

In Landscape Journal, we’ll show you our gardens and share our experiences in landscape management. We’ll also introduce you to or reacquaint you with some great, garden-worthy grasses. And you can help guide us toward answering your questions.

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