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The lovely perennial Variegated Solomon’s Seal (Polygonatum odoratum‘Variegatum’) has been named the 2013 Perennial Plant of the Year by the Perennial Plant Association. This graceful shade-lover is grown for its handsome all-season variegated foliage. It blooms in late spring with dangling white flowers tinted with a hint of green. Polygonatum […]
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Photo: Fernlea Flowers An arrangement of winter containers says “welcome” at your front door during the festive season. You can decorate them with lights, ribbons and bows, and then keep the display going through the winter simply by taking away the obviously Christmassy decorations in January. Remember to use weather-proof […]
Winter care of trees and shrubs is an important consideration in cold regions. Shade trees, ornamental shrubs and evergreens are the biggest plant investments you’ll make for your garden. If you live in a cold-weather zone, you know that winter can be hard on garden plants. Here are tips for […]
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North American prairie wildflower plants evolved in regions where winters are long and cold and summers hot and dry, so it’s no wonder they are tough beauties and easy to grow. Once these perennials are established, they will thrive in ordinary soil without watering, and they attract butterflies and seed-eating […]
A magnet for butterflies Photo: © Y.Cunnington Wildflower meadows of North American native wildflowers and grasses have been billed as a low-maintenance, earth-friendly way of planting that doesn’t call for fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides or extra watering. But do they really work in practice? Yes, if you start out properly (researching […]
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