Tuesday, April 19, 2011

New Plant Material

This past week we replaced the Dwarf Gardenias that were installed in the bed located behind our driving range tee.  These plants have performed poorly since being planted during our initial construction due to various factors.  We have replaced the gardenias with three new varieties of dwarf roses.  We selected the Red and Pink Drift Roses that are generally described as a ground cover plant with a width of 2.5 -3 feet and a height of around 1.5 feet.  The third variety is called Crimson Meidiland Rose which has a width of 4 feet and a height of 2 feet.  This selection of plant material should provide red and pink color all growing season and will be an improvement over the inconsistent gardenias.

Mixture of 3 varieties of roses installed last week.

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