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A Butterfly Garden for the Landscape
America's love affair with butterflies never seems to end. You can now visit special butterfly houses year-round in the east from Niagara Falls to Florida.

Snowberries and Coralberries
At first glance, you might think the ghostly white snowberries and the coralberries have nothing in common. In fact, these are related species. They´re in the same group known as Symphoricapos. These versatile shrubs can be used in various ways throughout the landscape.

The Kousa Dogwood
The dazzling Kousa dogwood provides beauty in every season. This is especially true during the winter months when we need it the most. For landscape use, it is hard to find a woody plant that is more attractive than the Kousa.

Beautiful for a Day Daylilies
The Latin name for daylily is Greek for ´beautiful for a day.´

Valentine's Gift for Gardeners
Despite the economic downtown, there are many affordable Valentine´s gifts for gardeners.

Seed Saving Basics
Before there were seed catalogs and commercial seed companies, gardeners saved their own seeds. Now there is renewed interest in seed saving.

Fungi and the World of Mushrooms
In general, fungi are a group of plants that we would rather forget that they exist.

Coral Vine
Native to tropical America and Mexico, the coral vine is a vigorous, quick-groiwng evergreen plant.

Colonial Gardens
The desire for the new and the novel has become a pervasive feature in American culture. Yet our interest in historical garden styles is well grounded.

Houseplant Book Review
For the winter months in cold climates, gardeners retreat to the indoors. Houseplants fill a void during this time. Here are some indoor plant books that will help you succeed with your indoor plant projects.

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