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Archive: May 2018

  1. Technicolor Gardening: Vibrant Garden Flowers

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    Colorful Benary’s Dreamland Zinnias are lined with deepest blue edging lobelia.


    Sometimes gardening life is just a little too pastel and predictable.  A day dawns when all those pale pinks, powdery blues, and dreamy pale yellows look washed out, and you yearn for exuberant flowers that pop out of beds and containers with bursts of bright color.  By adding a few “technicolor” flowers with deep, saturated colors, you can create explosions in the garden without scaring the neighbors. (Those same neighbors will probably also enjoy the bees, butterflies, and other pollinators drawn to your vibrant blooms.) (more…)

  2. Four Hardy Fruiting Vines for Edible Landscaping

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    Concord grapes are an old-standard hardy grape.


    Hardy fruiting vines bring together two of the hottest trends in horticulture: edible landscaping and vertical gardening.  They are the perfect choice for grow-it-yourself gardeners with limited square footage and a tasty way to clothe a pergola or trellis or provide rapid aerial cover. (more…)

  3. Favorite Garden Poppies

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    Poppies are some of the most beautiful garden flowers! (Image by Jessie Keith)


    Nothing is prettier than a field of red, windblown poppies. The delicate blooms rise from slender stems, and their colorful petals resemble crushed tissue paper—giving these classic garden flowers lasting appeal. Poppies are diverse, and can be grown in practically any garden. Some are long-lived perennials while others are fleeting annuals the bloom spectacularly for a short time before setting seed. (more…)

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