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Perennial Flowering Vines

Vines are valuable and versatile plants that provide a remarkable vertical display while using minimal ground space. Offering an extensive mixture of decorative foliage, flowers, fruits and fragrance, vines are generally Read more

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Sedums: A Sunny Groundcover Solution

Sedums: A Sunny Ground Cover Solution Is your landscape afflicted with poor, low-quality soil? Areas of scorching sun? A problematic bank or steep drop? Sedums can be the answer! Why Read more

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Seed Starting

Starting seeds indoors is a rewarding gardening experience that can help satisfy that craving for spring during the winter months. Starting your own seeds indoors can help extend your growing Read more

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There’s Always Room For More

Whether one plant or an entirely new bed, there’s always room for more in our landscape and there is still plenty of time to make some additions. Here are just Read more

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Gardening As Art

If you are an artist, want to be an artist or merely know what you like when you see it, here is a project for you that will put your Read more

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Fun Facts About Butterflies

Did you know… ~Butterflies go through four stages of development: ova (egg), larva (caterpillar), pupa (chrysalis), adult (butterfly). ~Butterflies make a CHRYSALIS, moths make a cocoon. ~The beautiful Mourning Cloak Read more

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More Time Enjoying Gardens, Less Time Working In Them!

Flower gardens are looking beautiful at this time of year and can continue to give enjoyment through the rest of the summer and into the fall. There are a few Read more

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Made for the Shade

 

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Design Traditional or Contemporary Containers For Your Doorway

 

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The Year of the Delphinium

  My snow covered flowerbeds look like a black and white photograph. I love the serenity of winter, but I am also eager for the activity of color to come. Read more

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