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Make these simple tissue pom-poms to dress up a spring tablescape or hang them from a chandelier for a vibrant look.
Sun or shade, dry soil or wet, there's at least one spring bloomer here that's perfect for your garden.
Let your garden celebrate all of spring by planting a variety of early-, mid- and late-season bloomers.
Here are some perennials that bloom a bit longer than others.
A look at a lovely hillside garden.
Garden designer Sally Reynolds has gardening in her genes. Born in Cambridge, Mass., she had two great-grandfathers on her father's sid...
If you like your flowers big and bold, you'll love crinums.
Plant large-sized perennials in early fall, and they'll perform better in the garden come springtime.
Fall is a great time for planting trees and bulbs and leaf clean-up.
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.
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