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Grown in America Winter tulips makes it feel a liitle like Spring

Grown in America Winter tulips makes it feel a liitle like Spring

Local seasonal tulips, forsythia, boxwood and ranunculus.

Local seasonal tulips, forsythia, boxwood and ranunculus.

Vibrant plantings ~ From a garden on Duke of Gloucester street. Colonial Williamsburg

From a garden on Duke of Gloucester street. Beautiful annual garden with colorful zinnias, pale yellow low snapdragons, blue pansies and purple and white alyssum.

Garden with Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm'), Agastache 'Blue Fortune' (Anise hyssop), Goldenrod (Solidago).

Summer Dreams is a pre-planned garden that thrives on little water once established.black-eyed Susan, cone flower, goldenrod and more.

Darla Orange Diascia -Soft orange flowers arise on mounded plants. Very free-flowering and heat tolerant.

Darla Orange Diascia -Soft orange flowers arise on mounded plants. Very free-flowering and heat tolerant.

Chrysanthemum 'Mammoth Yellow Quill' photo courtesy of Paridon Horticultural

Hardy Mum Chrysanthemum Mammoth™ Yellow Quill from Growing Colors

Ranunculus with grass

Grass with Ranunculus in an ice container

101 Front Yard Ideas Full-bloomed pink roses peek out the gaps of metal fencing along with purple blossoms and greenery that lie along a concrete walking path.

Proven Winners  © Tequila Sunrise Superbells - $5.00

Superbells 'Tequila Sunrise' Calibrachoa - A great choice for your containers and baskets with its wide range of colours in one plant. and no deadheading.

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Unfussy Flower Arrangements

Au Naturel Queen Anne’s lace looks bold when just a few sculptural stems are placed in a vessel. “We like to work with the natural movement of flowers,” says Martin. The arrangement is flanked by low, tight bunches of sage, roses, and anemones.

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