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Unify your landscaping by repeating color and shape with similar or identical containers.

Unify your landscaping by repeating color and shape with similar or identical containers.

Use these tips for planting a fall garden to grow your own healthy food.

Edible Gardening for Beginners: How To Get Started Growing Your Own Food

japanese forestgrass shade perennial. waterfall-like, variegated varieties -- Aureola has bright yellow leaves w/ dark green edges. "all gold" has even brighter green foliage. Plant with bold golden hosta.

The Best Perennials for Shade

japanese forestgrass shade perennial. waterfall-like, variegated varieties -- Aureola has bright yellow leaves w/ dark green edges. "all gold" has even brighter green foliage. Plant with bold golden hosta.

Hummingbirds, butterflies, and magenta. The Russian Princess Lobelia brings attention to itself in so many ways!

Hummingbirds, butterflies, and magenta. The Russian Princess Lobelia brings attention to itself in so many ways!

This long-lived perennial offers beautiful, arching spikes of pink, heart-shape flowers in spring. The soft-textured foliage is gorgeous, too. Note: Like trillium, it does tend to go dormant in midsummer. Plant Name: Dicentra spectabilis Growing Conditions: Shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: To 4 feet tall and wide Grow it with: Yellow corydalis, a cute perennial with ferny foliage that blooms spring to fall. Zones: 3-9

No-Fail Perennials of the Northeast

This long-lived perennial offers beautiful, arching spikes of pink, heart-shape flowers in spring. The soft-textured foliage is gorgeous, too. Note: Like trillium, it does tend to go dormant in midsummer. Plant Name: Dicentra spectabilis Growing Conditions: Shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: To 4 feet tall and wide Grow it with: Yellow corydalis, a cute perennial with ferny foliage that blooms spring to fall. Zones: 3-9

When it comes right down to it, there aren’t a lot of perennials that thrive in dense shade. But Solomon’s Seal, Polygonatum odoratum, is a colorful exception that will quickly light up the darkest corners of your landscape. This handsome plant grows 2-3 feet tall and develops cheerful green or variegated foliage and quantities of small, bell-shape white flowers in April and May. Solomon’s Seal prefers rich, slightly moist soil and slowly spreads through the garden by underground roots. In…

The 15 Most Underused Perennials

When it comes right down to it, there aren’t a lot of perennials that thrive in dense shade. But Solomon’s Seal, Polygonatum odoratum, is a colorful exception that will quickly light up the darkest corners of your landscape. This handsome plant grows 2-3 feet tall and develops cheerful green or variegated foliage and quantities of small, bell-shape white flowers in April and May. Solomon’s Seal prefers rich, slightly moist soil and slowly spreads through the garden by underground roots. In…

A favorite springtime activity, growing lupine (Lupinus polyphyllus) provides flower gardeners with a wide and brilliant array of colors.

Growing Lupine

A favorite springtime activity, growing lupine (Lupinus polyphyllus) provides flower gardeners with a wide and brilliant array of colors.

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