FLOWERS AND PLANTSPanicum Virgatum, a Prairie Beauty Many Gardeners Can Enjoy
Switchgrass adds color through the year and is a natural ‘seed feeder’ for birdsFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Rhus Aromatica ‘Gro-Low’ Handles Many Tough Sites
Plant ‘Gro-Low’ fragrant sumac in eastern and midwestern U.S. gardens for its tolerance of tough sites, spreading form and orange fall colorFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Try California Wild Grape for Interest All Year
Sure, it’s stunning in fall. But the spring buds, summer grapes and gnarled winter vines are gorgeous tooFull Story
NATIVE PLANTS5 Ways to Keep Your Native Plant Garden Looking Good All Year
It’s all about planning ahead, using sustainable practices and accepting plants as living organismsFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Snowberry Pleases Year-Round
Bright spring foliage, pretty summer flowers, white berries in winter ... Symphoricarpos albus is a sight to behold in every seasonFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Autumn Fern Adds Color All Year
Use this evergreen, easy-care fern for soft texture and coppery tints in container gardens and the landscape at largeFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESGreat Design Plant: Glossy Abelia for Year-Round Beauty
Fragrant flowers, burgundy foliage and hummingbird allure. Deer shun this shrub, but it's a 5-star performer you'll loveFull Story
HISTORIC HOMESTaliesin Celebrates a Landmark Day
This Wisconsin studio and retreat built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1911 was where he designed many of his architectural masterpiecesFull Story
GARDENING GUIDES8 New Ways to Garden This Year
A successful garden means knowing the plants, the wildlife and yourselfFull Story
GARDENING GUIDES8 Native Shrubs for Year-Round Bird Feeding
It’s not just about berries. These plants provide insects for birds and seasonal interest for gardenersFull Story
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tapla (mid-Michigan, USDA z5b-6a)
greenman28 NorCal 7b/8a
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Any New Favorites You Aquired This Year?
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rhizo_1 (North AL) zone 7
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