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

2. Growing Olives Indoors and Outdoors
Olive trees are very suited to various regions of the U.S. as landscape plants. Elsewhere, they can be grown indoors or in conservatories in pots.

3. Christmas Rose or Black Hellebore
Christmas rose was a popular plant for the Christmas season.

4. Flemish Beauty and Golden Spice Pear
Pears are a good choice for the home landscape. Gardeners can choose from many kinds of wonderful European pear varieties.

5. History of Bay or Laurel
Bay was a sacred plant among the ancients.

6. The Hosui Asian Pear
When planning the eidlbe landscape include some fruit plants. The Hosui Asian pear is a very good choice.

7. Mistletoe Species and Host Plants
There are numerous species of mistletoe around the world. These have many host plants.

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

9. 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.

10. Weathering the Dog Days of Summer-Part I
The dog days of summer seem to have arrived early this year. Short of moving to Alaska or other cooler areas, what can we do to keep our sanity? This is Part I of a two-part series.



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