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2014 All-America Selections (AAS) Flower Winners
As you plan your gardens for 2014, be sure to include a few or all of the All-America Selection Flower Winners. They are tested throughout the U.S. and Canada and selected for their unique qualities and suitability for the home garden.
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A New Look for Your Landscape
Sometimes the easiest way to add a fresh look to your garden is to use your favorite plants in a new way.
Caring for Garden Fresh Cut Flowers
Bring a bit of your garden’s beauty indoors for all to enjoy. Fresh cut flowers right from the garden make everyday a special occasion.
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Create a Bit of Serenity in Your Garden with the 2016 Pantone Colors
Add some peace and calm to your garden with the 2016 Pantone colors of the year.
Deadheading Flowers for Maximum Beauty
Keep your flowers blooming longer and your garden tidier with a bit of deadheading.
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Dealing with Small Seeds
Carrots, lettuce, begonia and other small seeds can be difficult to plant at the proper spacing. Reduce wasting seeds and time spent thinning seedlings.
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Get Outdoors and Improve Your Family's Health
June 12th is National Get Outdoors Day. So gather the family and head out to the garden.
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Heat Stall: Caring for Non-blooming Annuals
As the temperatures rise many annuals slow down or stop flowering. Don’t let heat stall stop you from enjoying your summer garden.
Low Maintenance Calibrachoas (Million Bells & Superbells)
Brighten your landscape with the season-long blooms of calibrachoas also known as Million Bells® and Superbells®. These cousins of the petunia pack lots of beauty with very little maintenance.
Plan a Bit of Fragrance in Your Garden
Ahhh the sweet smell of lilacs generate fond memories for many of us. Be sure to grow a few new memories in your garden this year.
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Propagating Snake Plants (Sansevieria)
Expand your indoor plant collection and have fun by starting snake plants from just a three-inch section of a leaf.
Saving a Few Annuals for the Indoor Winter Garden
Part of the fun of gardening is trying new plants and pushing the growing limits. This fall try moving a few of your favorite annuals indoors to brighten your indoor garden.
Tuberous Begonias Brighten Shady Gardens
Brighten up those shady spots in the garden with tuberous begonias.
Vote for Your Favorite Flower
There is still time to cast your vote for your favorite flower.
Vote for Your Favorite Flower (American Garden Awards)
Be a part of the American Garden Awards and vote for your favorite annual flower now through the end of August.