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Besides being wonderfully fragrant, lilies create a spectacular show in any garden. We love them because they are easy to grow, great for planting between existing growth, and are absolutely stunning as cut flowers in bouquets. We want to share more information regarding the different types of lilies – there are more than you think!
November 6, 2011
В· Amanda Shepard В· Comments Closed
Tags: fall planted bulbs, fall planting, flowers, lilies, planting fall and spring, tiger lily, turks cap lily В· Posted in: Flower Bulbs, Gardening in Fall, Gardening in Spring and Summer, How-Tos, Perennials
To drive around some neighborhoods, you’d think that the only plants that will grow in shade are hostas and impatiens. Yes, these are lovely plants, but there’s a whole world of other shade-loving plants out there! If you’re looking to expand an existing shade garden, or you’re tired of struggling to grow lawn or sun-loving […]
September 30, 2010
В· Suzanne DeJohn В· 4 Comments
Tags: black cohosh, cardinal flower, columbine, dwarf crested iris, Fall Planting for spring blooms, hepatica, jack in the pulpit, Native, red trillium, Shade Woodland Wildflowers, spiderwort, turks cap lily, virginia bluebells, wintergreen В· Posted in: Wildflowers