Brightening the Winter Landscape

Liven up a drab winter yard with these tips for adding color and interest.

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Pot up a colorful window box or other outdoor containers and place them where they can be viewed from indoors. In areas with moderate winters, plants like heucheras, autumn fern, sedums and pansies keep right on going. In colder areas, use conifers. Tip: To help ensure that your container plants make it through winter, choose plants that are hardy to two zones colder than your climate.

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