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Dahlias: Late Summer's Drama Queens

Miniature pompons, about 2 inches across, top 'Elfin' all season.

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"White Feathers" Hosta: Comes up white in the spring and turns a super pale green in the summer. Gorgeous.

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"White Feathers" Hosta- Comes up white in the spring and turns a super pale green in the summer. Gorgeous. - MyHomeLookBook

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Echeveria Raindrops: a stunning succulent in shades of pink, purple and green.

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This flower turns amazingly transparent when touched by raindrops

"Diphylleia grayi" (Skeleton flower) - The petals turn transparent with the rain. Amazing!

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This flower turns amazingly transparent when touched by raindrops

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10 New Hydrangeas You'll Want to Grow Now

Blue Enchantress (Hydrangea macrophylla 'Monmar') is a reblooming mophead that features huge flower orbs up to 9 inches wide on the ends of glossy black stems as thick as pencils. Like many varieties, the bloom's color depends on the pH of the soil. Flowers turn green dotted with cream in fall. Grows up to 6 feet high and wide. Zones 5-9; Monrovia

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Perennial Picks that Make Quick Climbers

Carolina jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) is a twining woody evergreen vine with sumptuous clouds of gold, honey-scented trumpets that perfume the landscape from February to April. 'Margarita' (shown) has bigger flowers and purplish winter foliage. It grows up to 20 feet tall and 6 feet wide in Zones 7–10.

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10 New Hydrangeas You'll Want to Grow Now

Vanilla Strawberry (Hydrangea paniculata 'Renhy') is related to the classic PeeGee hydrangea. With its cone-shaped flowers, this French variety can show three colors at once during its bloom time, which can last into late fall. Vanilla Strawberry starts the season blooming creamy white before flower heads turn pink, then red or a darker burgundy. Grows up to 8 feet high and 5 feet wide. Zones 3-8; White Flower Farm

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Perennial Picks that Make Quick Climbers

Light shade helps boost the color of variegated Kiwi (Actinidia kolomikta) vine's green-to-white-to-pink mottled leaves. It grows up to 20 feet high and 10 feet wide in Zones 4–8.

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Pro Picks for Summer-Blooming Bulbs

Foxtail Lily (Eremurus stenophyllus) has striking spires covered with hundreds of dark-yellow, bell-shaped flowers that shoot up over grayish-green leaves in early summer. 'Cleopatra' (shown) naturalizes with burnt-orange petals marked with red ribs. It grows up to 5 feet tall and 2 feet wide in Zones 5–9.

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50 State Flowers to Grow Anywhere

No bloom holds more titles than the rose. It's an official emblem for New York, Georgia, North Dakota, Iowa, and Oklahoma, as well as the national flower of the U.S.A.

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