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February 2011

Hairy bittercress

Strolling through your garden in early spring, you spot a small, bright green mound, usually less than 6 in. tall. It’s up, and sometimes even flowering, with the daffodils.

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Slide show: 5 Tiny Treasures

As you begin planning for next year’s beds, remember that little is in — at least in the perennial garden. Here are 5 dwarf cultivars that allow you to enjoy some of your favorite plants you may not have room for in a small garden.

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Lenten rose

Winter in cold-weather areas can be an excruciating time for gardeners. While the garden outside sleeps, we’re inside, pacing the floor and waiting for spring.

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Chamomile tea

When you’re starting seeds indoors, don’t you hate to see the tops of seedlings suddenly fall over because the stem has rotted?

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