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Clematis 101. Easy Care Guide. Really

Clematis 101 Easy Care Guide

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How to grow clematis from cuttings {Propagation Tips

Clematis cutting in bag - How to grow clematis from cuttings

Lantana is so easy to grow. It attracts butterflies, loves sun and can tolerate drought. Good watering results in a showy and large plant. Freezes to the ground in winter but returns year after year.

this picture is a picture of a Clematis Flower that is climbing and rapping around out bird house right out side of our home in the flower garden!!

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Creeping Thyme ground cover, 1000 seeds, fragrant herb, pink blooms, perennial zones 4 to 9, sun or light shade, deerproof, Thymus serpyllum

Creeping Thyme Ground Cover: Prefers full sun but will tolerate partiant shade. Fragrant and evergreen. Drought tolerant and spreads quickly.

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Top Fall Flowers for Your Garden

Fall color: Russian Sage: Blue flowers, silvery foliage, great scent! (Zones 5-9) Full sun, can grow to 5 feet.

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Low-maintenance Plants

List of Low Maintenance Plants

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Butterfly Bush and other Top Plants for Your Butterfly Garden

Passionflower Hardy passionflower is one of the most exotic vines you can grow. It's also one of the best for butterflies as a variety of them drink its nectar. It's a host plant for several types of butterflies, as well. Name: Passiflora incarnata Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: Climbs to 10 feet Zones: 6-9 Grow it with: Black-eyed Susan vine for a charming blue-and-yellow combo of quick-growing vines.

Intriguing ... with the white clematis and roses encircling the brick pavers and dark waters of the pond; laden with lily pads. #romantic gardens#azaleas#lily pads

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Pruning clematis

Proper pruning = more clematis flowers! How to do it right. From Garden Gate eNotes. Read More at: