Plant nectar-rich flowers and you’ll have plenty of butterfly visitors to your garden. Here are five common ones you’re likely to see.
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Mowing a steep slope can be both difficult and dangerous. A great solution is to grow a low-maintenance ground cover, but getting the plants started is tricky.
You’ve probably noticed that coneflowers aren’t necessarily purple anymore. These two colors will fill out the rainbow of flower colors quite nicely.
Hot-colored geraniums and pinks in this basket grab your attention instantly. The deep-pink and lavender-pink are closely related to the purple colors of the calibrachoas and annual baby’s breath.