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These cheerful little plants will put a smile on your face.
CAN YOU IMAGINE A GARDEN without pansies? These charmers have endeared themselves to gardeners for almost two centuries. In southern regions with mild falls and winters, they...
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May Day, which marks the midpoint between the spring equinox and summer solstice, has been associated historically with ancient fertility rituals deemed vital for a favorable growing season....
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Don’t let your dog or cat investigate the spring flowers popping up in your garden
The spring flowers are poking out of the ground, you’ve been cooped up all winter, and you can’t wait to inspect them. Just don’t take your cat or dog out to the garden with you...
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These springtime youngsters never grow up. Retro ceramic planters in baby animal shapes first took root during World War II, and their high-quality design and painstaking hand-painted details...
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Choose from camellias’ remarkable range of colors, forms, and sizes for a focal point in your garden, a background for smaller shrubs, or an enchanting container plant.
In the Southern landscape, camellias are as important to gardens as rhododendrons are to gardens farther north. They thrive in mild winter climates, where their alternate...
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Square flower pot for planting.
Try out a creative flower pot in your yard this spring.
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Check out these picturesque spring scenes from the country.
Check out these picturesque spring scenes from the country.
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These beautiful flowers can be displayed inside next to the front door or outside on the porch. The white bucket helps bring out the bright colors of the pink and purple flowers.
Have a lot of flowers from your garden this spring? No problem! Check out these creative and fun ways to display your flowers.
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Get ready to spring clean your home!
Do you have that spring cleaning itch? Here are the spots around your home to remember to clean this year.
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Tulips are the perfect spring flower!
Which one of these spring bloomers will be in your garden this year?