Your rake is the go-to tool for spring cleaning. For ground cover perennials that spread quickly, like lamb’s ear, the fastest cleanup is a vigorous once-over with a rake.
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To design a gorgeous garden, you need to know how to use color well. Though simple, this idea can be rather intimidating.
People used to taste their soil to determine its pH. If it had a sweet taste, it was alkaline. A sour taste meant it was acid.
Hailing from a family of annuals most commonly known for bright flowers and all-green foliage, ‘Alaska Scarlet’ steps out of the pack with its red-orange blooms and lively green-and-white marbled leaves.