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Bumble Bee & Lupine

Bumble Bee & Lupine

Lupine, Columbine & Poppy

Lupine, Columbine & Poppy

Lupine

Lupine

Cute garden markers made from embossed tin can lids and recycled forks! by jenna

Recycled Can Lid Plant Markers . garden labels from old forks and tin can lids

Harvesting Herbs 101 (Basil, Chives, Cilantro/Coriander, Mint, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Tarragon, Thyme) - HOMEGROWN

Harvesting mint (and other common herbs)

Nettle

Are Your Garden Plants Suffering? You Might Have Acidic Soil

5 Best Herbs For a Medicinal Herb Garden: Nettles

Proper transplanting, mulch, and more: Linda Chalker-Scott’s horticultural myth-busting. | A Way to Garden

proper transplanting, mulch, and more: linda chalker-scott's horticultural myth-busting

Linda Chalker Scott books - some garden myths busted

"Strawberry Candy" Daylily

"Strawberry Candy" Daylily

Lungwort  Perennial shade plant

Our Favorite Shade Garden Perennials

Vintage French Soul ~ Lungwort - 1 foot tall, "opal" has ice-blue flowers. shade perennial plant with japanese painted fern or "jack Frost" brunnera for a delightful silver-on-silver.

Buxus sempervirens - 'Elegantissima': Information, Pictures & Cultivation Tips

Buxus sempervirens - 'Elegantissima': Information, Pictures & Cultivation Tips

callmecordelia:  moronicbeauty: © Peggy Collins

Girly Me - callmecordelia: moronicbeauty: © Peggy Collins

National Gardening Association website - all sorts of information!

Learn how to garden and grow plants successfully from the National Gardening Association. Read articles about vegetables, flowers, and herb and much more.

Lady Banks Rose, you'll fine one over a hundred years old in Tombstone, AZ

Lady Banks Rose, you'll find one over a hundred years old in Tombstone, AZ

Hosta and Hyacinth

hostas and hydrangeas.my favorite flower and plant together. I bet the purple hydrangeas would be gorgeous in my front yard

Top Foliage Plants: Canna

Top Foliage Plants: Canna

There's a new crop of perennial flowers ready for you to try in your garden. Here's a look at some of our favorite newcomers. Watch for them in garden centers this spring.

New Perennials for 2015

New Perennials for 2015 There's a new crop of perennial flowers ready for you to try in your garden. Here's a look at some of our favorite newcomers. Watch for them in garden centers this spring. By Doug Jimerson and Karen Weir-Jimerson

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