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Spring blooms may fade and wilt away, but the enjoyment of a picture, a memory of a scent or a time and place can last a lifetime. We asked Living the Country Life Facebook readers to tell us about...
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When asked if there are certain flowers that brought back memories, Living the Country Life Facebook readers share beautiful photos along with sweet, sentimental, lovely responses.
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These "dinner plate" peonies are full of big beautiful blooms.
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Have more plants without spending more money
I have a huge perennial garden. The coneflowers, columbine, and a few others have no problem spreading their own seeds in the fall so I get free plants every spring. You can build your own perennial...
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Learn about the cranberry industry and a fourth generation, cranberry farm in central Wisconsin.
Habelman Bros. is a fourth-generation cranberry farm in central Wisconsin
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Mesa™ Peach Blanket Flower fall 2014 plant from High Country Gardens
Although spring is known as the ideal season for planting, there are benefits to planting between August and October. High Country Gardens explains why, and offers a look at perennials for fall...
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With bold colors, easy care regimens, and one-of-a-kind blossoms, these 13 flower varieties from Jung Seeds and Plants will be welcome additions to your garden this year.
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High Country Gardens makes a point of offering flowers, shrubs, and grasses that are relatively low maintenance and require limited amounts of irrigation, like these new plants they're...
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Learn to spot bacterial blight and powdery mildew, among others
Lilacs are extremely hardy, but can be attacked by a few diseases. Jay Pscheidt is an extension plant pathologist with Oregon State University. He says one of the most serious diseases is a bacterial...
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Every year, growers come out with beautiful new flower varieties. Here are our favorite new annuals, perennials, and flowering shrubs for 2013!

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