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The Mysterious Orchids
For several years, a special group of plants--the orchids, have been gaining in popularity. Orhichds are not available at affordable prices, and are often purchased as impulse items.

Corn for the Landscape
Whether we grow it in craft gardens, edible gardens, or as a colorful landscape plant, corn deserves a place in our garden.

Part II-Ferns for the Landscape
This is the final article in a two-part series on ferns for the landscape.

Part 1-Ferns for the Landscape
I was introduced to ferns by mistake. While walking around the front yard one evening, I happened to notice a tiny fern growing under a maple tree.

Gardening the Natural Way
At one time, organic gardening was considered a fad. But thanks to changes in the general publicīs attitude, organic gardening is now mainstream.

Father's Day Gifts
So far as spending is concerned, Mother's Day and Father's Day are about equal. Most people will spend around $100 for gifts.

The Year of the Sweet Pea
Each year, the National Garden Bureau bestows a special honor on a select flower. This year, the sweet pea was chosen, making 2005 the Year of the Sweet Pea.

The Pleasures of Bulbs
Of all the ornamentals, bulbs are probably the most rewarding. They are so easy to grow, and add so much beauty to home landscapes. Whether we grow them in flower beds and borders or container gardens, they deserve a place in our landscapes.

Gifts for Mother's Day
Nowīs the time to begin thinking about those gifts for Motherīs Day. In 2004, consumers spent around $100 with over a third of that going towards flowers and plants.

Gardening with Native Plants
Dueto concern over the introduction of exotic, invasive plants, native species have gained in popularity in the last decade. this does represent a change in approach for American gardening.

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