Kristin Shriner, President/Owner Providing custom landscape services to Lincoln and surrounding areas since 1996.
Bagworms
Bagworm damage to Evergreen trees:
Bagworm Facts: -Eggs hatch in late May/early June -Defoliate and kill evergreens (trees and shrubs) -Feed on other plants,...
Land Escapes  has certified pesticide applicators available to provide bagworm control if you are unsure about doing it yo...
Unique plant ideas and combinations! Land Escapes specializes in choosing unique and colorful plant varieties for your lan...
Evergreen Shrubs Russian Cypress (on “Standard” False Cpyress ‘Mops’ Globe Blue Spruce
Deciduous Shrubs Ninebark ‘Center Glow’ Sumac ‘Tiger Eyes’
Deciduous Shrubs Shrubrose ‘Home Run’ Fothergilla ‘Blue Mist’ Buckthorn ‘Fineline’
Evergreen Trees Juniper ‘Taylor’ Oriental Spruce ‘Skylands’ Korean Fir ‘Siberlocke’ Spruce ‘Slenderina’ Spruce  ‘ Weeping ...
Perennials Echinacea ‘Sunset’ Heleborus orientalis Salvia ‘Caradonna’ Euphorbia myrsinites Tradescantia ‘Sweet Kate’ Sedum...
Hostas ‘ Sum and Substance’ ‘ Halcyon’ ‘ Sunpower’
Ornamental Grasses Miscanthus sin. gracillimus ‘Maidengrass’ Carex ‘Evergold’ Little Bluestem ‘Blaze’ Miscanthus ‘Dixiland’
Annual Combinations *Sweet Potato Vine ‘Marguarite’ *Begonia ‘Firecracker’ *Grass ‘Purple Princess’
Annual Combinations *Upright Elephant Ear *Purple Heart *Dragon Wing Begonia’s *Cordyline *Sweet Potato Vine ‘Marguarite’ ...
Questions?
Visit our Shoppe this spring! 1712 N. 48 th  Street (just north of 48 th  & Holdrege) Spring Hours: Saturdays  beginning A...
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Unique Plants for 2009 and Bagworm Control

  1. 1. Kristin Shriner, President/Owner Providing custom landscape services to Lincoln and surrounding areas since 1996.
  2. 2. Bagworms
  3. 3. Bagworm damage to Evergreen trees:
  4. 4. Bagworm Facts: -Eggs hatch in late May/early June -Defoliate and kill evergreens (trees and shrubs) -Feed on other plants, trees, shrubs, & flowers. -Severely damaged plants will not recover Control: -Remove bags before end of May to reduce populations -Crush bags or put in ziploc bag, then put into trash. -Chemical control mid to late June to be effective: *Spray with Malathion, Dipel, Thuricide or other chemical that states it will control bagworms -Late summer/Fall chemical applications are not effective.
  5. 5. Land Escapes has certified pesticide applicators available to provide bagworm control if you are unsure about doing it yourself. Best thing to do now is inspect your plants carefully! If you find bagworms, hand pick them off, seal in plastic bag and throw into trash. If they are not in a sealed bag they may escape and return to your plants.
  6. 6. Unique plant ideas and combinations! Land Escapes specializes in choosing unique and colorful plant varieties for your landscape and containers. Don’t be afraid to stray away from standard and overused plants such as Daylily’s, Spirea, Geraniums, Spike, and others!
  7. 7. Evergreen Shrubs Russian Cypress (on “Standard” False Cpyress ‘Mops’ Globe Blue Spruce
  8. 8. Deciduous Shrubs Ninebark ‘Center Glow’ Sumac ‘Tiger Eyes’
  9. 9. Deciduous Shrubs Shrubrose ‘Home Run’ Fothergilla ‘Blue Mist’ Buckthorn ‘Fineline’
  10. 10. Evergreen Trees Juniper ‘Taylor’ Oriental Spruce ‘Skylands’ Korean Fir ‘Siberlocke’ Spruce ‘Slenderina’ Spruce ‘ Weeping White’ Spruce ‘ Columnar Blue’ Spruce ‘ Columnar Norway’
  11. 11. Perennials Echinacea ‘Sunset’ Heleborus orientalis Salvia ‘Caradonna’ Euphorbia myrsinites Tradescantia ‘Sweet Kate’ Sedum ‘Black Jack’
  12. 12. Hostas ‘ Sum and Substance’ ‘ Halcyon’ ‘ Sunpower’
  13. 13. Ornamental Grasses Miscanthus sin. gracillimus ‘Maidengrass’ Carex ‘Evergold’ Little Bluestem ‘Blaze’ Miscanthus ‘Dixiland’
  14. 14. Annual Combinations *Sweet Potato Vine ‘Marguarite’ *Begonia ‘Firecracker’ *Grass ‘Purple Princess’
  15. 15. Annual Combinations *Upright Elephant Ear *Purple Heart *Dragon Wing Begonia’s *Cordyline *Sweet Potato Vine ‘Marguarite’ *Purple Heart *Variegated Plectranthus
  16. 16. Questions?
  17. 17. Visit our Shoppe this spring! 1712 N. 48 th Street (just north of 48 th & Holdrege) Spring Hours: Saturdays beginning April 25-May 30 10-4

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