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Bachelor's Button A charming annual that blooms in shades of blue, pink, and purple, bachelor's button is a great choice for hot, dry sites. The flowers are perfect for cut- and dried-flower bouquets. Starting Tips: Plant the seed about 1/8 inch deep; they typically sprout in one to three weeks. You can start it early indoors or sow it directly outdoors in the garden.
Purple... Mother of Blue, Daughter of Gray, the parting wisps of a clear summer's day. Twilight veiling the flowing rills that hover above dun-colored hills. The sparkling tear in an amethyst's eye, dusk in the mountains where shadows lie, cool, and elusive, and soft as a sigh.
Potting Bench out of pallets. Plus....25 more ways of turning pallets into unique pieces of furniture.
Clematis Is Your Friend Clematis care does not have to be complicated. This simple chart is intended to assist the new gardener who has a clematis and doesn’t know what type it is or what care it needs. With a few quick steps you can figure out which group (1,2, or 3) your clematis belongs to and understand what it needs to provide beautiful blooms, year after year.