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Who doesn’t love a daisy? Gerberas produce flowers up to 4 in. in diameter atop single, unbranched stems, making them excellent for cutting.
The classic red poinsettia is ever-present come December, and you can buy it as easily in the supermarket as the floral shop.
A couple of times during winter, remember to check on the summer bulbs that you’ve stored in your basement to make sure they’re not drying out or rotting.
If you have shade, you know how hard it is to find plants that will thrive there. Barrenwort is one such plant.