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Here are the top ten articles for the Landscaping Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Christmas Greenery among Early Christians
The early Christian church authorities sought to suppress the use of Christmas greenery but later lifted the ban.

2. Recommended Persimmon Species
Persimmon trees are a great addition to the landscape. There are four species suitable for American gardens.

3. Shrubby and Tree-like Plants for Warm Climates
Gardeners in warmer areas can choose from a number of shrubby and tree-like plants, such as rosemary.

4. The Best Rabbiteye Blueberries
There are many varieties of rabbiteye blueberries. Herre are details on some of the best ones.

5. Mistletoe's Ties to Peace and Romance
Mistletoe has long been a symbol of peace and romance.

6. Growing Mistletoe and its Toxicity
It is possible to plant mistletoe. This is regarded as a toxic plant.

7. Fairy Garden Plants
A number of plants have long been associated with fairies. These are very suitable for traditional fairy gardens.

8. The Olive Tree
The long lived olive tree has been grown for thousands of years.

9. Growing Conditions for Olives
Olives are easy to grow so long as they're provided with the right growing conditions. These are suitable for various regions of the U.S.

10. Growing Heirloom and Colored Cottons
Unusal types of cotton are suitable for the landscape. The heirloom varieties, particularly the naturally colored ones, are especialy recommended for craft gardens.



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