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A Little Time Can Result in a Bounty of Beauty

The second blog in our Guest Garden Writer series comes from Sheryl Babin, a writer and gardener from Texas, gardening in zone 9. We hope you enjoy her post about creating a Butterfly Garden and the photos she took as much as we did!

April 5, 2013 · Garden Writer · One Comment
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Small Spaces, Big Statements!

Whether it’s planting in containers, city gardening, or trying to squeeze those extra few plants in to an existing garden, many gardeners are looking for unique ideas for their small outdoor spaces. What many don’t realize is that there is a large, diverse variety of plants that will thrive in smaller spaces and, when planted together, make a huge statement in any outdoor space!

April 25, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Contest Winners are Gettin’ Gardenin’!

As our Get Gardenin’ Giveaway continues, we are excited to share how our contest winners are using their gift certificates to get gardenin’ this spring! Remember, enter every day to win – we are giving away $25 every day, $100 every week, and one Grand Prize of $250 at the end of the February. Enter now to win!

February 23, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Lavender: A Treat for the Senses

Who doesn’t love the fresh, comforting scent of lavender? Either freshly picked from the garden, or dried to make potpourri, lavender is a wonderful flower that is extremely easy to grow. Whether you have an expansive garden, or are gardening in containers on your balcony, most can grow lavender for heavenly fragrance in the summer months.

January 3, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Lavender. Yes, you can grow it.

Everbody loves lavender, and Lavender “Munstead”, the best for the US,  is a best-seller every year with our perennials, now on sale.  There’s all kinds of detail on growing it on the site; click here for the details. But all you need to know is that lavender is really a desert plant–do not put it into […]

April 1, 2008 · Ray Allen · Comments Closed
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