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Top Lilacs for Fragrance and Color

Grow the most fragrant and colorful lilacs in your garden: Homefrom Home

How and When to Prune Lilacs

How and When to Prune Lilacs: Knowing when to prune flowering shrubs, like lilacs, can mean the difference between abundant flowers and none at all.

Pruning Lilacs...and the best time to do it is just as the flowers finish up. Wait any longer and you are affecting next years blooms.

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Planting Lilacs, How to Grow and Plant, Lilac Bush

Planting Lilacs, How to Grow and Plant Lilacs, Lilac Bush: Gardener's Supply

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Learn How To Make An Asparagus Bed

#gardens #gardening #vegetables #vegetable gardening #asparagus #growing vegetables #growing asparagus #green Asparagus are resilient, tenacious plants, and once rooted will grow in nearly any soil medium and most climates Homefrom Home

How to Prune Lilac Bushes

Video and Text. How to trim Lilacs. To keep your lilac thriving and blooming, some periodic pruning is advised. Learn the ins and outs of pruning lilacs and learn long term lilac tips.

Zebra Hollyhocks are perennials that bloom all summer long. They are easy to grow, self seed, are drought tolerant, and attract butterflies. They grow in sun to part shade and get 2-4' tall. Great for perennial beds, cottage gardens, borders, and rock gardens. Zones 4-8 - natureb4

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LILAC BUSH: 1) Attracts Butterflies 2) Grows 5 - 15 feet tall 3) Aromatic 4) Comes in 7 colors & blooms in spring/summer

lilac hedging. . .one of my most vivid memories from my childhood. . .this will be on the farm for sure.


10 Heavenly Smelling Plants for Your Yard and Garden

10 Heavenly Smelling Plants for Your Yard- Plants that smell delicious that are perfect for your yard and garden

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Create an Easy-Care Shrub Garden

Tinkerbelle Lilac Grow this great little lilac as a shrub or small tree! No matter how you train it, you'll love the spicy-scent of its bright pink flowers (which emerge from wine-red buds, creating a two-toned effect) in late spring. And best of all, you don't need to worry about it getting too big -- 'Tinkerbelle' only grows 5 feet tall.

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