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rosemary

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Chives

Chives

Though red bee balm (Monarda cv., Zones 4–9) and pink coneflower (Echinacea purpurea cv., Zones 3–9) make an electrifying combination, not all versions of red work well together

Though red bee balm (Monarda cv., Zones 4–9) and pink coneflower (Echinacea purpurea cv., Zones 3–9) make an electrifying combination, not all versions of red work well together

Oregano    Also known as wild marjoram, oregano is a bit more robust and hardy than its nonwild counterpart. This herb grows well even in poor soil, and you can put it in a bed or in a window container as part of an in-house living spice rack.        Test Garden Tip: Pinch flowers from the stems to promote healthier growing.

Oregano Also known as wild marjoram, oregano is a bit more robust and hardy than its nonwild counterpart. This herb grows well even in poor soil, and you can put it in a bed or in a window container as part of an in-house living spice rack. Test Garden Tip: Pinch flowers from the stems to promote healthier growing.

Achillea ageratum ‘Moonwalker.' Yarrow is a good plant to include in your butterfly garden. It's flat flowers or umbels are an easy landing spot and many different adult butterflies feed on its nectar. Full sun, low-average water (drought tolerant). And, it apparently makes a good cut flower.

Achillea ageratum ‘Moonwalker.' Yarrow is a good plant to include in your butterfly garden. It's flat flowers or umbels are an easy landing spot and many different adult butterflies feed on its nectar. Full sun, low-average water (drought tolerant). And, it apparently makes a good cut flower.

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