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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. Myrtle Description
Myrtle is a lovely evergreen shrub or tree that is quite suitable for warm climates. The scented white blooms are gorgeous.

2. Recommended Mulberry Varieties
There is a suitable mulberry tree for most any landscape situation from patios and pots to fruit gardens. Here are profiles of some outstanding ones that are well worth considering.

3. Uses for Parsley and Assorted Herbs
Parsley, fennel, caraway, and chervil have many culinary uses. They are also used for other purposes as well.

4. Outstanding Mulberry Varieties
A number of mulberry varieties are available to gardeners. Some of the outstanding varieties include the following.

5. Culinary and Medicinal Uses of Myrtle
Myrtle is a very versatile, easy to grow plant that is suitable for the edible landscape. Along with its many culinary uses, this has also been used for medicinal and other purposes.

6. Growing the London Plane Tree
The London plane tree is an adaptable, tough, sturdy plant that is easy to grow.

7. Origins of the London Plane Tree
The remarkable London plane tree has been around for three hundred years or so. It is a great addition to the landscape.

8. Deer Resistant Plants
In many areas of the country, deer are a serious problem for home landscapes. Previously my garden was deer-free, but that began to change about five years ago. That was when I decided to grow plants they donīt like.

9. Quince in Post-Roman Europe and America
After the fall of the Roman Empire, quince continued to remain popular in Europe. This was also introduced to the New World.

10. Olive in Etrusca and Rome
Prior to the arrival of olive trees in ancient Rome, the Etruscan people grew these in some other regions of Italy.



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