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If you miss the optimum planting time for spring-flowering bulbs, go ahead and plant them anyway.
Host Paul James tackles some routine spring tasks in his garden, beginning with a new driftwood design and some planting.
Build up your veggie-growing skills: Besides the flavor, you'll love the economics.
This sun-loving plant is a great source of color in summer.
The siberian iris flourishes in a rich, moist soil and blooms in the spring.
You can grow a crested iris in a rock or woodland garden.
Colewart adds a bold texture and is great in a cottage garden.
The bugleweed has colorful leaves and can be used as an alternative groundcover for a lawn in shady areas.
This blue perennial is great for a woodland shade garden or in naturalized areas.
Coral bells is a low-maintenance plant that blooms from spring to summer.
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