Do you have a stack of plastic nursery pots in your garage? Well, start now and by next spring you can make them into a stack of attractive pots.
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English ivy (Hedera helix) is a fast-growing evergreen vine, hardy in USDA zones 5 to 10.
Would you like the amaryllis you’re growing right now to bloom again next summer? And did you know spring-started amaryllis can bloom all summer and then again indoors in winter?
Heirloom annuals are ones that are so cherished they’ve been around for generations. Here are 5 color-filled plants that you may want to pass on to your own kids!
Possibly the most-easily recognized bird anywhere, the cardinal offers a melodious song, splashy red color and jaunty crest all year, since it does not migrate in winter.