Janine Ostergren

Janine Ostergren

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15 Impossible-to-Kill Outdoor Plants | With summer in full swing, it’s hard not to admire the yards and gardens around town that are filled with greenery and colorful blooms. If you’ve always assumed that your yard was too dry, too shady, or that the soil was too sandy to support such beautiful plants—guess again. In fact, these common problems may just inspire you to get more creative with your plant picks. With expert advice and care...

15 Impossible-to-Kill Outdoor Plants | With summer in full swing, it’s hard not to admire the yards and gardens around town that are filled with greenery and colorful blooms. If you’ve always assumed that your yard was too dry, too shady, or that the soil was too sandy to support such beautiful plants—guess again. In fact, these common problems may just inspire you to get more creative with your plant picks. With expert advice and care...

Blanket flower (gaillardia) is a drought- and heat-tolerant perennial wildflower that provides long-lasting color in a sunny border with poor soil. In red, gold, or brown, its daisy-like, 3-inch wide, single or double perennial flowers bloom through the summer and into the fall. Although often short-lived, it is easy to grow and will flower the first year from seed.

Make your garden absolutely beautiful this year with these perennials! Choose from flowers in varying colors to make your landscaping really pop. We chose a variety of perennials that require different amounts of light to suit your gardening preferences.

Simple Walkway Clematis Climbing Trellises

Simple Walkway Clematis Climbing Trellises

Most gardeners are familiar with classic perennials such as daylilies, peonies, hostas, and iris, but there's a whole host of lesser-known, underused perennials that can add color and interest to your garden. You may have to search for them at your garden center or an online source, but they're all worth the effort. Here are 15 of our favorite underused perennials.

Most gardeners are familiar with classic perennials such as daylilies, peonies, hostas, and iris, but there's a whole host of lesser-known, underused perennials that can add color and interest to your garden. You may have to search for them at your garden center or an online source, but they're all worth the effort. Here are 15 of our favorite underused perennials.

Easy Mother's Day Photo Vase Craft

Use this easy Mother& Day photo vase craft to make a personal gift for all the mothers in your life! It takes a mason jar, spray paint, and a cute photo.

Don't wait till spring for gardening, begin with 6 things in February so that you'll have a good start when the weather gets warm again.

Dont wait till spring for gardening, begin with 6 things in February so that youll have a good start when the weather gets warm again. - My Garden Window

Awhile back, I did a post on shade tolerant flowers. Then, I thought to myself, what is better than shade tolerant flowers? Shade tolerant perennials, that's what. You only have to plant them once, but still, you get year after year of color. ...

10 Shade Tolerant Perennials - I like violets, bellflower, and hydrangea.