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Learn which shrubs will brighten up your shady lawn.
Consider adding a few of these ornamental beauties to your winter landscape.
No matter where you live, you can enjoy a touch of the tropics with princess flower.
This evergreen shrub goes great as a perennial border or as a bird or butterfly garden.
Ninebark, prairie sage, snowberry and other native plants help make the best use of rainfall in this earth-friendly garden design.
Known as "Green Jean," Jean Woodhull's garden is a place where she can indulge her love of plants and being outdoors.
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These colorful blossoms are often found in leis, those floral necklaces commonly associated with Hawaiian culture.
Also called Japanese rose, this easy-to-grow shrub brings bright yellow spring flowers to the garden even when planted in full shade.
Arrowwood Viburnums make a nice addition to shrub borders or a filler along a woodland edge.
This handsome, underused shrub produces its lovely blooms in midsummer when few other shrubs are flowering.
These blooms have a rich scent that can last for nearly two weeks.
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