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Power Perennials: Plants That Thrive No Matter What

If you’re looking for perennial plants that are hardy enough to survive just about anything, you need to check out our top picks! Try daylilies, Russian sage, hellebore, sedums, coneflowers, hostas, and more! These gorgeous flowers and plants will add color to your yard for years to come.

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Top New Perennials for 2016

If you’re looking for new perennials to try, check out our top picks for 2016! These colorful blooms and fun plants include the multicolor ‘Rainbow Marcella’, a pretty succulent known as ‘Jewel of Desert Opal’, and more! Check out these amazing new perennials, and plant one in your yard or garden this year.

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The Best Fragrant Flowers for Your Garden

Not only will your garden look amazing with these plants, but it will smell amazing too! These fragrant, low maintenance flowers are easy to grow in a variety of soil and climate conditions. Plant them and watch them bloom.

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Best Crabapples for Your Yard

Check out our top picks for crabapple trees for your yard or garden! If you want pretty pink color, white flowers, rosy-red blooms, or large red fruits, there are ideas for everyone’s style. Each option is interesting and unique, and will be a great addition to your landscape.

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Dividing Perennials

Learn how to divide perennials to get more flowers! Our easy process will help you get healthy perennials that easily transplant to another garden bed or container garden.

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Why Do Houseplant Leaves Turn Brown on the Tips?

If you have houseplants with leaves turning brown on the tips, find out how to fix the problem! Generally, the reason is that your plants aren't getting enough water, but it could also be a lack of humidity that is causing this problem. Additionally, it could be that there is excess salt from too much fertilizer or softened water. If the latter is the case, use distilled water instead to keep the leaves nice and green.

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How to Grow Orchids Indoors

If you want to grow gorgeous orchids indoors, now you can! Make sure you have the right light conditions, and also be sure to consider temperature, humidity, and how to water and feed your orchids. The moth orchid is an easy orchid to grow indoors, but be sure to check out our other top choices of orchids to grow inside, too!

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The 15 Most Underused Perennials

It’s time that these lesser-known perennials got a little extra love! Check out these pretty plants that haven’t received the attention they deserve. From Baptisia to Malva, you’ll love these gorgeous flowers. Plant some of these pretty blooms in your garden today!

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Make a Living Succulent Picture

What’s better than succulents or artwork? Living succulents that will flourish in a perfectly arranged picture frame! This amazing DIY project leaves you with lovely plants to easily display in your home or outdoors. Plus, with simple step-by-step instructions, this project is easily achievable.

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The Best Perennial Vines for Your Garden

Grow your garden to new heights year after year with these gorgeous perennial vines. Try growing some of our favorites, such as trumpet vine, false hydrangea vine, Dutchman’s pipe, clematis, climbing hydrangea, English Ivy, and more. You’ll love having these lovely plants in your outdoor areas.

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