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Many tropical-looking plants aren't winter hardy below 15 to 20 degrees (USDA Zone 8). These beauties can go as low as Zone 6 or 7.
A hydrangea lover and patent holder displays his favorites varieties.
Master gardener Paul James answers questions about taking care of weeping Atlas cedars.
If you're tired of depending on the usual bedding plants to carry you through the summer, try some of these alternatives instead.
Paul James answers questions about blue evergreens, ferns and much more.
Build a multi-functional stone wall to add more seating -- and planting space -- to your yard.
For really difficult sites, consider one of these stout species.
If you can grow Camellia sinensis, you can harvest your own tea.
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