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Garden Ideas & Inspiration

Use our tips to choose flowers, create container gardens, design a garden and tackle easy garden projects. More Midwest Living garden ideas: http://www.midwestliving.com/garden/


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Garden Ideas & Inspiration

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Drought-tolerant dwarf zinnias add cheery color from summer to frost. More top picks from a Wisconsin garden: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Heart and Soil

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Garden Tour: Heart and Soil. Read about a Wisconsin garden where biodynamic agriculture is thriving. #garden #gardening #organic #biodynamics #biodynamicgardening

Savoy cabbage is a favorite for this Wisconsin gardener.

Garden Tour: Heart and Soil

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Tasty tomatoes: Deeply ribbed ‘Costoluto Genovese’ tomatoes are highly flavorful eaten fresh or preserved. More great picks from this Wisconsin garden: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Heart and Soil

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Backyard water feature — how great would that be? Details + more ideas on how to make your back yard a vacation oasis: www.midwestliving...

How to Make Your Backyard a Vacation Oasis

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Veronica: Most vibrant in full sun, but also handles part shade. More ideas for easy Midwest plants: www.midwestliving...

25 Top Easy-Care Plants for Midwest Gardens

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Butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa) or milkweed is as easy to grow as a weed but much prettier, plus hummingbirds and butterflies (especially monarchs) adore it! More top Midwest perennial flowers: www.midwestliving...

12 Top Midwest Perennial Flowers

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Large stones set in mulch are a good solution for a path that gets moderate use. More ideas for garden paths: www.midwestliving...

9 Ways to Create a Garden Path

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Yellow coneflowers thrive at this Wisconsin garden: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Heart and Soil

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Switchgrass, a top easy-care choice for Midwest gardens. More ideas: www.midwestliving...

25 Top Easy-Care Plants for Midwest Gardens

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Pretty flowering plants frame this garden gate, creating a lovely doorway from the yard. More garden gate ideas: www.midwestliving...

Great Garden Gate Ideas

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Hardy hibiscus, perfect for Midwest gardens (zones 4-9). More hardy Midwest plants: www.midwestliving...

25 Top Easy-Care Plants for Midwest Gardens

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Fall-blooming anemone: A happy addition to the autumn garden, anemones bear cheery poppylike flowers from late summer until frost. More ideas for a 3-season Midwest garden: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Three-Part Harmony

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Cute DIY garden markers! Here's how: www.midwestliving...

15-Minute Garden Projects

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When lilacs bloom, it's suddenly spring. With their sweet scent, pastel blooms and delicate, heart-shape leaves, they're the perfect bouquet. These flowers were photographed at Ewing Park lilac arboretum in Des Moines. More about Midwest lilacs: www.midwestliving...

Lilacs: Spring's Favorite Perfume

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Fountaingrass, one of our favorites for Midwest gardens. Details + more ornamental grasses: www.midwestliving...

Best Ornamental Grasses for Midwest Gardens

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Yellow corydalis: There are so many positives about this low-maintenance plant, including that it can grow 1–3 feet in part sun or shade, is deer resistant, blooms spring through fall, attracts birds and has lush foliage.

Garden Tour: Three-Part Harmony

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This chicken coop’s green roof is covered with drought-tolerant plants like sedums, alliums, grasses and campanulas. More tips from this Wisconsin garden: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Heart and Soil

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Toad lily: You’ll need a big clump for impact because the orchidlike flowers are relatively small. Grow in partial shade. More ideas for a 3-season Midwest garden: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Three-Part Harmony

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Plan ahead for fall beauty! Ornamental grass 'All Gold', creeping Jenny 'Aurea' and juniper 'Eternal Gold' carry bold yellow through this Ohio garden. More plant suggestions: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Three-Part Harmony

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Japanese painted fern: Highlighted with silver or maroon markings, this elegant fern grows 1–3 feet to brighten shady spots. More ideas from a 3-season Ohio garden: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Three-Part Harmony

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Nine to 12 months of attractive foliage should put heuchera at the top of your Midwest plant list. More info: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Three-Part Harmony

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Culver's root: This perennial’s unique form and 5-foot height stirs intrigue. More flower picks from a three-season Ohio garden: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Three-Part Harmony

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A wave of various coneflowers creates movement by drawing attention to the repeated colors and shapes in this Ohio garden. See more summer flower favorites from this gardener: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Three-Part Harmony

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Fountaingrass Graceful sprays distinguish this ornamental grass, which is particularly attractive from midsummer until frost when its soft plumes turn white, pink or red (depending on variety). Details: www.midwestliving...

Garden Tour: Three-Part Harmony

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