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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Learn easy plants to grow for your landscape including arborvite, canna lillies, elephant ears, knockout roses, etc. Low maintenance plants are my choice for my landscaping at my home since I do not enjoy trimming hedges. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE LAWN CARE BUSINESS VIDEOS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… LAWN BUSINESS RESOURCES INCLUDING — video courses — marketing letters — free ebook — logos — recommended products http://www.start-lawncarebusiness.com RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS ON AMAZON https://www.amazon.com/shop/lawncarelife BUY LAWN CARE LIFE T-SHIRTS https://shop.spreadshirt.com/lawncarelife PATREON: Get Help for Your Business and Support the Channel http://www.patreon.com/lawncarelife Connect with Me — http://facebook.com/thelawncarelife — http://twitter.com/jasoncreel3 DISCLAIMER: Some of the products I recommend are affiliate links meaning I get a small commission at no extra charge to you. Thanks for supporting the channel. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: “How to Start a Lawn Care Business” -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Video Rating: / 5

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  • TTIYTE13 1 month ago

    I know all green plants need trimming at some point but what are some small green plants that love sun and don't grow big lol?

  • Albrecht Jobs 1 month ago

    HI can your tell me NAME from plants please ? thank your make description please

  • Nick Nerderman 1 month ago

    Omg. Grow a garden, bra.

  • Jax Pro Lawn 1 month ago

    Great Video Jason. Many states have websites dedicated to the native plants for specific zones. For example, Floridayards.org has a completely interactive database that allows a company to comparatively select plants in a particular area based on minimal maintenance and water consumption. #Time=Money

  • Chanel Marie 1 month ago

    How do you get rid of a lawn of Prickly Lettuce no grass I say again a lawn of Prickly Lettuce
    New home owner
    Home was vacant for two years thanks in advance

  • ColonelK0rn 1 month ago

    Thanks for this video! I have several areas in my yard that I couldn't figure out what I wanted to plant there. Since it's getting near Fall, I'll probably have to wait until next year to get some planted, but that'll give me plenty of time to figure out what I'm going to put down and where to plant it!

  • Paul James 1 month ago

    Loving these videos man. Keep it up.

  • Andrew V 1 month ago

    Great video. Glad to have that info. I took notes again. Lol. Not like I couldn't Google these plants or anything, but it was nice that you were here and took the time to teach us a few plants and save me some Google-ing in the future. (Sorry google). Thank you.

  • James-M. 1 month ago

    Another nice informative video. Jason, I live in growing zone 5-6. Do you have or would you make a video on small decorative shrubs, that can be shaped to not more than 4+- feet tall. Or some that will stay less than 3-4 feet high. Thanks.

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