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Some All America Selections Winners for 2006
Among the 2006 All-America Selections winners are some wonderful bedding and landscape plants.

All America Selections Winners for 2006
This is Part I of a two-part series on the All America Selections winners for 2006.

Landscaping Books
When it comes to books on landscaping, there is no better publisher than Thomson/Delmar Learning. This publisher has a diverse group of titles on the subject.

Winter Blooming Heaths
Winter gardens need not be boring. By choosing carefully, we can often find plants that bloom during the colder months. That is the case with the winter-blooming heaths. Among these are Cornish heath and winter heath.

Indoor Plant Projects for Winter
With the onset of winter, I find I have renewed interest in my indoor plants. This is the time to focus on the indoor landscape.

Focus on Indoor Plants
During the winter, I welcome the chance to focus attention on my house plants. The summer months are filled with work on the outdoor landscape.

Chase Away the Winter Blahs
You don't have to put up with the winter blahs. Here are some things that can help chase them away.

Feeding the Birds During the Winter
For gardeners, winter can be a slow time, and there's nothing like feeding the birds to get your blood to moving. Winter seems to pass so much faster when you have something to look forward to.

Honeysuckles and Some Other Vines
Honeysuckles are among the more outstanding vines for the landscape, but there are a number of others.

Some Hardy Vines
Whether they're trained on a trellis or arbor, or allowed to clamber over garden sheds, the hardy vines are a valuable addition to the landscape. Leading our eyes upward, they add another dimension to the landscape. When planning these landscape plantings, here are some of the best vines.

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