Illinois Gardener's Guide: The What, Where, When, how & why of Gardening in Illinois
"Illinois Gardener's Guide" offers state-specific information on the what, when, where, why and how of Illinois gardening rather than regional or national information other publications contain.
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Additional Information Additional Species areas balled-and-burlapped plants black tupelo blue Boston ivy bulbs burlap Containerized Containerized plants containers cotoneaster cultivars daylilies Deadhead Deciduous disease drainage dwarf Fahrenheit feet Blooms feet tall fertilizer fill the hole foliage frost full sun garden centers grass green groundcover grow grown hardy hedges hole for planting hole with water Hosta hybrids Illinois inches tall insecticidal soap landscape lawn leaves Light Requirement Maintenance Morton Arboretum native nursery perennial phlox pink plant ball Plant Plant planted in spring planting hole plants are available plume grass pots prairie Prepare the soil pruning Remove the burlap rhizomes roots roses Saint John's wort season seed seedlings selections Set the plants shrub spread spring or fall stems Summer Flower Colors Sweet woodruff tall and wide tolerate transplant trees twice as wide Type Varieties vine weather weeds well-drained soil wide Blooms wildflower winter yellow Zones zoysia