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Plant a rain garden to make better use of the water nature provides.
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Stick to your plant budget by harvesting seeds from these 10 flowers.
Keep these seed-bearing plants in your garden all winter long, and the birds will thank you for the extra food source.
With a sunny window and a little patience, you can grow tropical plants for your home.
Add gusto to your garden with these flavorful, edible flowering plants that you can harvest for culinary purposes.
Indoor bouquets in mind? Here are our top 10 picks for flowers for a cutting garden.
The new black is just black when it comes to the world of horticulture. Check out some of our favorite black plants for your backyard.
When other blooms are past their prime, looks to these fall flowers that attract butterflies to keep your garden alive with color.
Fuzzy flower heads contain hundreds of tiny nectar-filled florets, attracting butterflies from near and far.