With so many plants to choose from, selecting a combination that works can be tricky. The “three’s company” design technique can help you make decisions about what planting combinations work for you.
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The best way to propagate bleeding heart, either fernleaf or the old-fashioned type, is by division.
If you want to attract butterflies to your garden, planting asters is a good start.
Why wait for summer to fill your containers? Beautiful blooms like ‘Pink Pride’ daffodil, ‘Big Chief’ tulip and the grape hyacinths here add a blast of spring color, and they’re so easy to grow.
When it comes to bold colors, nothing has the power to wow like chartreuse!