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Growing Tropical Canna
Plant a few cannas this year, and let them do their stuff. Read article
Getting the most from you garden
No matter how big or small your vegetable garden is, you want it to be productive. Read article
Rembrandt Tulips
Tulips with the dramatic Rembrandt look Read article
Earliest Spring Blooming Bulbs
Satisfaction in being first on your block with beautiful blooms. Read article
Window Boxes for All Seasons
Small size, dapper charm and an easy intimacy. Read article
Fast Food Garden - Salsa
Fast food, from your garden Read article
How to use Hosta
Shade plants with interesting textures and forms. Read article
Fast Food Garden - Eggplant Hoagies
Fast food, from your garden. Read article

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  • Professional plant people are recommending the use of more native plants in residential landscapes. Because they are well adapted to the conditions in their region, natives are typically more self-reliant than plants introduced from elsewhere. Tough and attractive, they require very little care. Some examples are: New England aster, bee balm, coralbells, black-eyed Susan, butterfly weed, goldenrod, purple coneflower, joe-pye weed, and Virginia creeper.