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Top Fragrant Houseplants

Garden Tip: Passionflowers are fast growers and will need support, such as trellis to climb on. Because they grow so fast, don't fertilize them much. In fact, too much plant food can encourage lots of leafy growth and few blooms.

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7 Perennials That Will Bloom Multiple Times This Summer

Nameplates for plants come in handy even before your flowers are rooted into the soil. Let them hold a spot and keep your garden organized and beautiful- just like these summer perennials. Check them out at http://www.kincaidplantmarkers.com/our-products/.

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Crocus sativus: Saffron Crocus

Grow your own saffron to use in cooking! Showy fall-blooming Crocus is the source of saffron, the quintessential seasoning for paella and other dishes from the Mediterranean and Asia. Each lilac-purple flower produces three showy red stigmas, which have been used for flavoring and coloring food since Roman times.

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The Best Fragrant Flowers for Your Garden

Hyacinth-best in smell -For early spring perfume in the garden, nothing beats hyacinths. Plant them in fall in well-drained soil to enjoy their powerful scent the following spring. Flower colors range from purple to pink, red, white, and yellow

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Evening Primrose Seeds

Evening Primrose: It flourishes in poor, dry soils receiving hot sun, and thrives despite drought! Eager to reseed, it quickly establishes handsome, mounded colonies just 6 to 12 inches tall that return for years of beauty! The cup-shaped blooms are blush-pink at the petal tips, shading to pure white toward the tiny yellow center. 2 inches across, they jostle one another for position atop the low-growing plant, almost hiding the foliage. And the bloom is successive waves from earlies...

Allium Gladiator Type: Bulbs Height: Tall 44" (Plant 6-8" apart) Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer Sun-Shade: Full Sun Zones: 4-8 Soil Condition: Normal, Sandy, Acidic, Clay Flower Color: Lavender Softball-sized dense blooms of fuchsia, lilac and amethyst atop 3-5' leafless stems. Blooms are pleasantly fragrant. Easy and prolific. Groups of 3+ for best effect. Features to Note: Rabbit Resistant Deer Resistant For a sunny spot Attracts Butterflies Hot Dry site…