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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by twobroslawns, Mar 21, 2010.
What are these bushes?
Thanks for your help.
1. pieris japonica
2. um.......an azalea.
looks kinda like azalea
The last one might be but I have no idea what the first one is.
Thanks for the quick response.
perfect earth had it right
A very nice shade tolerant shrub, the bees love them first thing in the season, very hardy
Just core aerated?? please top dress with compost on that clay soil you will not believe the difference it makes
Thanks for your help. As far as the aeration - we just built a shed so we HAD to aerate, the ground was hard as a rock from walking all over it. Was going to topdress, but it raiined
Yep, thats right. Thanks for your help!
Japonica ? thats a cultivar of camellias which is a beautiful winter flowering shrub here in the southeast and all the way over to texas