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Just about anything can be a vase in our house. Tin cans, mason jars, water pitchers, old perfume bottles — anything that can hold water and a tiny stem or two gets put to work. I tend to pick up old odds and ends at antique stores and thrift shops for vases, but every now and then I find myself coveting something new online. Lately on Pinterest I've been pinning flower vase after flower vase, perhaps as a way to capture the last fading blooms of fall, before everything gets covered in s...

Just about anything can be a vase in our house. Tin cans, mason jars, water pitchers, old perfume bottles — anything that can hold water and a tiny stem or two gets put to work. I tend to pick up old odds and ends at antique stores and thrift shops for vases, but every now and then I find myself coveting something new online. Lately on Pinterest I've been pinning flower vase after flower vase, perhaps as a way to capture the last fading blooms of fall, before everything gets covered in s...

The process of removing fading blooms diverts the plant’s energy from seed production to new growth. Hydrangeas especially benefit from deadheading, as long as a few simple rules are followed. To learn more about deadheading hydrangea blooms, click here.

The process of removing fading blooms diverts the plant’s energy from seed production to new growth. Hydrangeas especially benefit from deadheading, as long as a few simple rules are followed. To learn more about deadheading hydrangea blooms, click here.

Christmas Tablescapes     Sugarplum Tree Tablescape       Our candy inspired tree stars at    the kitchen bar.     Christmas Open House  ...

Christmas Tablescapes Sugarplum Tree Tablescape Our candy inspired tree stars at the kitchen bar. Christmas Open House ...

Add one or more of these new plants to your garden palette in 2017.

Add one or more of these new plants to your garden palette in 2017.

Purple coneflower: blooms mid-summer to frost, especially if the faded blooms are picked off. Leave some to go to seed in late fall to have seed pods for winter interest.

Purple coneflower: blooms mid-summer to frost, especially if the faded blooms are picked off. Leave some to go to seed in late fall to have seed pods for winter interest.

Have it - mine look yellow: Coreopsis 'Mango Punch'.  Bought a second plant and it looks more orange.   The low, mounding perennial covers itself in summer with mango-orange flowers that have a red blush.    We love the fresh, fruity hue of this new variety. Clip the faded blooms so the flowers will keep coming.

Have it - mine look yellow: Coreopsis 'Mango Punch'. Bought a second plant and it looks more orange. The low, mounding perennial covers itself in summer with mango-orange flowers that have a red blush. We love the fresh, fruity hue of this new variety. Clip the faded blooms so the flowers will keep coming.

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