Flowers

Flowers

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Landscape architect Heather Lenkin showcases her guiding belief in balanced, integrated living and design in this Pasadena, California, Indian-inspired hilltop garden
Magazine collects five awards at the 2008 San Francisco Flower and Garden Show
Related Topics: Ideas | Events | Flowers | Great Gardens
Tara Heibel's Sprout Home garden stores are full of fresh-cut flower arrangements
In San Francisco, Flora Grubb opens a design-savvy nursery for the public
At Horticourt at the Philadelphia Flower Show, famous blue-ribbons are awarded to plants of the highest standards 
Highlights and observations from San Francisco's annual event
Related Topics: Places | Flowers | plants | San Francisco
Selecting the right container for spring-blooming bulbs.
We gardeners are always on the lookout for the next great plant. White candles (Whitfieldia elongata) may be just that. It is a perfect flowering shrub: broad-leaved evergreen foliage and plentiful white-flower spikes, 8 inches tall, blooming almost continuously. Sure, it's tender, best as an outdoor shrub for Zones 9+ or as an evergreen conservatory plant or houseplant in cooler climates. Or use it in mixed flower containers for spring-fall performance in Zones 5-8.
Tips for planting daffodils in warmer climates. 
Should you divide wild daylilies that have stopped blooming?
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