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Lillac Great-Grandma’s Favorite Shrubs

Bring old-time beauties into your new-time garden with shrubs you remember blooming in grandmother’s yard. These plants are big, beautiful and not bothered by pests.

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Weigela Maintain Shrub Health

If you give your shrubs what they need when they’re young, they’ll grow up to take care of themselves. These basic tips can help your shrubs grow – and look – their best.

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Rhododendron Rhododendron ‘Mother’s Day’

Declare your love for Mom in a blooming voice from the woodland garden or mixed border! This wide-spreading evergreen azalea is covered with pretty red flowers in mid-spring.
Color It Beautiful!
Green Fence Using Paint in the Garden

Add a punch of color to your outdoor space without using plants! Staining a fence or painting some pots or window boxes in bright, bold hues brings a whole new look and whimsy to the garden. (Hey, no one said that picket fence had to be white!) Of course, not all colors create the same effect. The key is to consider how your chosen hue will look in your growing area year-round. Here are some ideas to get you thinking about what color might work best for you and your landscape.
Mexicolor Garden Mexicolor Gardens

Few cultures put color to better use than those living south of the border, where bright-colored paint brings outdoor spaces into a whole new light. Even if you’re on a tight budget, you can transform your everyday garden into a bright and happy fiesta for an affordable price. (Remember that when it comes to intense color, a little goes a long way!) Get inspired by the vivid colors of Mexico and learn how to take your outdoor living space from “humdrum” to “south-of-the-border wow!”
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Vine Gardening
Vine on Fence The Basics

From growing up arbors to spreading across fences, vines bring the garden a great deal of interest. Here are just a few of the fantastic things vines can do for our landscapes.
Grapes Vigorous Vines

Vines have a lot growing for them, like flowers, fruit and foliage. Check out some popular selections, as well as what different vine groups have to offer.
Jackmanii Good Support

While decent soil and deep watering help vines grow, an important key to successfully planting them is to provide the climbers with sturdy supports to stretch.
Pruning Vine Care & Maintenance

Vines are wonderful plants when they’re not overrunning the garden. Learn how to keep your vines beautiful, healthy and inbounds with proper care techniques.