Rhododendrons are always popular in the home landscape.
Crabapples for the Home Landscape
Flowering Vines for Long Island: Indoors & Outdoors
Pest Resistant Hedges and Screens for Privacy
Dwarf Conifers for Landscapes
Rhododendrons for Long Island
Recommended Urban Trees - A guide to tree selection, site assessment and planting
Virginia Urban Street Tree Selector - Allows user to input site factors, tree characteristics, etc.
Trees and Shrubs for Moist to Wet Soils
Woody Plants for Shady Places
Deciduous Woody Groundcovers - Cornell University Urban Horticulture Institute
Weed Suppressive Groundcovers
Know your trees (identification key to NY trees)
Soil Salt Tolerance of Some Common Landscape Plants
Common Woody Ornamentals and their common Insect and Disease Problems
Long Island Native Woody Plants for Seaside Restoration
Saunders Nursery Boxwood guide 5th edition
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