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Take advantage of this time of year and plant a mass of Drumstick Alliums that will pay dividends next spring and summer.
Related Topics: Grow | flower gardens | flowers | How-To | planting | Purple
Foolproof Plants for Small Gardens, an app from Susan Morrison and Sutro Media, offers designers and homeowners alike a tool for selecting the right plants based on characteristics, growing habits, USDA zone and more.
Related Topics: Grow | Small Gardens | technology
Get a glimpse of one of the world’s largest collections of rhodies at the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden in Federal Way, Washington.
Related Topics: Grow | flowers | rhododendrons | Seattle
Discover thirteen varieties of cacti and succulents growing at the Huntington Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California and get advice for using them in your own landscape.
Related Topics: Grow | Desert | Succulents | water wise
Discover why parrot tulips are great for adding an early spring display to minimalist gardens.
Related Topics: Grow | Bulbs | flowers | Modern | Spring
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A look at some of the new lily hybrids available for the bulb and cut flower market.
Growing your own vegetables in your garden doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice design. Author Niki Jabbour explores how to grow an edible garden without sacrificing garden aesthetics in her new book Groundbreaking Food Gardens.
Often referred to as "garden roses," David Austin Roses are as lovely to look at as they are to smell. This slide show showcases some of David Austin's stunning varieties of old-fashioned roses that were specially developed as cut flowers. 
Tillandsias, or air plants, come in a seemingly endless range of shapes and colors—here's our slide show of 10 of our favorites.
The poet Hart Crane once called air plants, or tillandsias, a genus of the bromeliad family, an "inverted octopus with heavenward arms." Needing no soil, these amazing plants come in a variety of fantastic shapes and colors.

 

Related Topics: Grow | Green | Red | Yellow | air plants | Plant guide | tillandsias
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