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Simple Water Features for Small Spaces

A simple water feature can make a large impact even in small spaces. The addition of a container water garden will transform, beautify and diversify your existing garden into an oasis that brings relief during the dog days of summer and beyond. Sit back, relax and enjoy the melodious sound of dancing water from your g Read more

Simple Tricks to Keep Air Plants Thriving

Air plants are interesting to look at and an easy-care way to add color to your life. There is a common misconception that air plants are hard to keep alive. Not so! Follow these simple tricks to keep them happy and looking their best. Read more

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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Tips for Hydrangea Sucess

Tips for Hydrangea Success   Did you know there are 49 species of hydrangeas? Everyone loves the beautiful blooms for lasting color in gardens and for bouquets. One of the Read more

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Container Gardening

Container Gardening Containers of plants on decks, balconies, patios, front/back steps, window boxes, and gardens look beautiful and are easy to take care of. The beauty and/or healthy food they 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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Classic Corn

  Classic Corn “Knee high by the 4th of July” is an old benchmark for corn progress. The truth is, depending on your sowing date, several of our varieties could be Read more

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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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