Specific Plant Information

This is a table containing specific watering and care information for all of the plants J&G might have installed in the course of your landscaping project. Please refer to it if you have any questions about how to care for your new plantings.

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Acer rubrum (Red maple)tree2-3 times/week for 15 minutesat a trickleprune crossing/rubbing branchesMore Information...
Acer saccharum (Sugar maple)tree2-3 times/week for 15 minutesat a trickleremove crossing or rubbing branchesMore Information...
Ajuga repans (Ajuga)ground coverlow maintenanceMore Information...
Amelanchier canadenisis (Shadblow serviceberry, Canadian Serviceberry)tree2-3 times/week for 15 minutesat a trickleremove crossing or rubbing branchesMore Information...
Anemone hybrida (Japanese anemone)perennialstake flower stalks in late summer to support blooms,cut back to ground during fall clean up
Aquilegia canadensis (Red columbine)perennialcut back to ground during fall clean upMore Information...
Astilbe spp (Astilebe, False spirea)perennialcut back to ground during fall clean up,divide every 3-4 yearsMore Information...
Aucuba japonica (Japanese laurel, Aucuba, Japanese aucuba)shrubhand prune to shape and sizeMore Information...
Azalea spp (Azalea, Rhododendron)shrubMore Information...
Babtisia australis (Blue wild indigo)perennialcut back to ground during fall clean upMore Information...
Berberis thunbergii (Japanese barberry)shrubhand prune to shape and sizeMore Information...
Betula nigra (River birch)treehand prune crossing/rubbing branches and  any dead stemsMore Information...
Betula davidii (Silver frost)woodyperennialcut back to ground late fall or early spring before newgrowth emerges
Buxus spp  (Box, Box hedge, Boxwood)shrubshear to shape
Calamagrostis acutiflora Karl Foerster)ornamentaldivide every 3-4 years, cut back to new growthin early springMore Information...
Camellia spp (Camellia)grass
Caryopteris clandonensis (Blue spirea)shrubcut out flowered stems for more blossomsMore Information...
Cephalotaxus harringtonia (Prostrate Japanese plum yew)woodyMore Information...
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides (Dwarf Plumbago, Leadwort)perennialemerges later in Spring, foliage turns burgandy in fall,fut back afterwardsMore Information...
Cercis canadensis (Eastern redbud)treeMore Information...
Chionanthus verginicus (Fringetree, Old man’s beard)shrubMore Information...
Chrysanthemum x superbum (Shasta daisy)perennialcut tops to ground after killing frostMore Information...
Clethra alnifolia (Summersweet Clethra, Sweet pepper bush)shrubMore Information...
Coreopsis verticillata (Threadleaf coreopsis, Moonbeam)perennialshear back after flowering to achieve continuous bloomMore Information...
Cornus florida (Flowering dogwood)treeMore Information...
Cornus kousa (Kousa dogwood)treeMore Information...
Cornus sericea (Tatarian dogwood)shrubMore Information...
Cryptomeria japonica (Japanese cedar)treeMore Information...
Dianthus gratianopolitanus (Cheddar pink, Firewitch)perennialevergreen, remove faded flowers to extend seasonMore Information...
Dicentra eximia (turkey corn)perennialcut back to ground during fall clean upMore Information...
Echinaccea purpurea (Purple coneflower)perennialcut back to ground during fall clean up andremove all foliage, leaves or spent flowersMore Information...
Elaeangus pungens (Silver thorn, Thorney elaeagnus)shrubMore Information...
Euonymus alatus (Burning bush, WInged Euonymus)shrubMore Information...
Eupatorium purpureum (Sweetscented joe pye weed)perennialdivide every 1-3 years, cut back to ground during fall clean upMore Information...
Euphorbia amygdaloides (wood spurge)perennialevergreen, milky sap can cause irritationMore Information...
Forsythia x intermedia (forsythia, Golden bells)shrubMore Information...
Fothergilla gardenii (Dwarf fothergilla)shrubMore Information...
Gleditsia triancanthos var intermis (thornless honeylocust)treeMore Information...
Hamamelis x intermedia (Hybrid witchhazel)treeMore Information...
Helleborus orientalis (Lenten rose)perennialevergreen, protect from winter snow and ice damageMore Information...
Hemerocallis spp (Daylilly)perennialdead head to promote flowering, cut back to ground duringfall clean upMore Information...
Heuchera americana (American alumroot)perennialdivide every 3-4 years, cut back during fall clean upMore Information...
Hosta spp (Hosta, Plantain lily)perennialdivide every 2-3 years, cut back wilting foliage at end of season,cut spent blooms for clean look.More Information...
Hydrangea macrophylla (bigleaf hydrangea)shrubMore Information...
Hydrangea quercifolia (Oakleaf hydrangea)shrubMore Information...
Hybericum androsaemumwoody perennialcut back old stems
Ilex attenuata (Savannah holly)treeMore Information...
Ilex crenata (Japanese holly)shrunMore Information...
Ilex glabra (Inkberry)shrubMore Information...
Ilex opaca (American holly)treeMore Information...
Ilex verticillata (Winterberry, Michigan holly)shrubMore Information...
Ilex x meserveae (Blue holly, Meserve holly)shrubMore Information...
Ilex x meserveaetree
Ilex x “Nellie R. Stevens” (Nellie R. Stevens holly)treeMore Information...
Itea virginica (Virginia sweetspire)shrubMore Information...
Jasminum nudiflorum (Winter jasmine)shrubMore Information...
Juniperus conferta (Blue pacific juniper)shrubMore Information...
Juniperus squamata (Blue carpet juniper)shrubMore Information...
Kalmia latifolia (Mountain laurel)shrubMore Information...
Koelreuteria paniculata (Golden raintree)treeMore Information...
Lagerstroemia indica (Crape-myrtle)shrubMore Information...
Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender, English Lavender)perennialenjoys dry conditions, don’t over water; prune out olderwoody stems in springMore Information...
Leucothoe fontanesiana (Drooping leucothoe, Fetterbush)shrubMore Information...
Liatris spp (Blazing star)perennialcut back to ground during fall clean up, cut spent flowers for aclean look
Liriope muscari (Evergreen giant lilyturf)ground coverleave through winter and cut back early spring down to emerginggrowthMore Information...
Lobelia spp (lobelia, Cardinal flower)perennialdivide clumps every 3 years, cut back during fall clean up
Lysimachia nummularia (Creeping jenny)ground coverevergreen, low maintenanceMore Information...
Magnolia grandiflora (Southern magnolia)treeMore Information...
Magnolia virginiana (Sweetbay magnolia)treeMore Information...
Magnolia x loebneri (Loebneri magnolia)treeMore Information...
Magnolia x soulangiana (Saucer magnolia)treeMore Information...
Mahonia aquifolium (Oregon grapeholly, Oregon hollygrape)shrubMore Information...
Mahonia repens (Creeping barberry)shrubMore Information...
Malus floribunda (Japanese flowering crabapple)treeMore Information...
Mazus reptansground coverlow maintenance
Metasequoia glyptostroboides (Daen redwood)treeMore Information...
Miscanthus sinensis (Maiden grass, Chinese silver grass)ornamental grassdivide every 3-4 years, cut back to new growth in early springMore Information...
Nandina domestica (Nandina, Heavenly bamboo) shrubMore Information...
Nepeta spp (Catmint)perennialtrim off dead blooms to encourage second flowering, cut back during fallclean up
Pachysandra terminalis (Pachysandra)ground coverlow maintenance, keep free of leaf litterMore Information...
Panicum virgatum (Switchgrass)ground coverdivide every 3-4 years, cut back to new growth in early springMore Information...
Pennisetum alopecuroides (Australian Fountain grass)ornamental grassleave through winter and cut back early spring down to new growthMore Information...
Penstemon digitalis (Talus slope penstemon)perennialcut back wilting foliage later in winterMore Information...
Perovskia atriplicifolia (russian sage)woody perennialcut back to 12-18? after first hard frost; don’t overwaterMore Information...
Picea abies (Norway Spruce)treeMore Information...
Picea pungens (Blue Spruce)treeMore Information...
Pieris japonica (Japanese pieris, pieris)shrubMore Information...
Pinus mugo (Mugo pine, Swiss mountain pine)shrubMore Information...
Pinus strobus (Eastern white pine)treeMore Information...
P.J.M. Rhododendron (P.J.M. rhododendron)shrubMore Information...
Potentilla fruticosa (Shrubby cinquefoil)shrubMore Information...
Prunus laurocerasus (English laurel, Cherry laurel)shrub
Pyracantha coccinea (Scarlet firethorn)shrubMore Information...
Pyrus calleryana (‘Aristocrat’ callery pear)treeMore Information...
Quercus alba (White oak)treeMore Information...
Quercus bicolor (Swamp white oak)treeMore Information...
Quercus palustris (Pin oak)treeMore Information...
Quercus phellos (Willow oak)treeMore Information...
Quercus rubra (Northern red oak)treeMore Information...
Rhododendron spp (Azalea)shrubMore Information...
Rudbeckia fulgida (Black-eyed susan, Orange coneflower)perennialcut back to ground during fall clean up and remove all foliage; leave orremove spent flowersMore Information...
Salix babylonica (Weeping willow)treeMore Information...
Salvia nemorosa (Garden sage)perennialremove spent flowers for a second bloom, cut back to ground during cleanup
Sarcococca hookeriana var humilis (Sarcoccoca, Sweetbox)ground coverMore Information...
Sedum spp (stonecrop)perennialcut back in early springMore Information...
Skimmia japonica (Japanese skimmia)shrubMore Information...
Spiarea japonica (Japanese spirea)shrubMore Information...
Stewartia pseudocamellia (Japanese stewartia)treeMore Information...
Styrax japonica (Japanese snowbell, Japanese styrax)treeMore Information...
Syringa patula (Meyer lilac)shrubMore Information...
Taxus baccata (English yew)shrubMore Information...
Taxus x media (Taxus, Yew, Anglojap yew)shrubMore Information...
Thuja occidentalis (Eastern arborvitae, Arborvitae, American arborvitae, White cedar)treeMore Information...
Thuja x ‘Green Giant’tree
Tiarella cordifolia (Foamflower)perennial ground coverlow maintenance, cut back foliage later in winterMore Information...
Vaccinium corymbosum (Highbush blueberry)shrubMore Information...
Viburnum carlesii (Koreanspice viburnum)shrubMore Information...
Viburnum nudum (Smooth wItherod, Possumhaw)shrubMore Information...
Acer palmatum (Japanese maple)tree2-3 times/week for 15 minutesat a trickleprune crossing/rubbing branches, prune to shapeMore Information...