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Opposites Attract
When it comes to pleasing plant combinations for the landscape, think opposites. Opposing colors can be quite effective when they´re used in flower beds and mixed borders.

Orchids Book Review
Orchids continue to beguile gardeners. As each year passes, these become more popular. Publishers have released a number of titles on orchids that will be of particular interest to indoor and greenhouse gardeners.

Orient and Passe Crassone Pears
Fruit trees earn their keep. Pears are a good choice for most areas. Here are profiles of several varieties.

Ornamental Grasses for Small Landscapes
Everything seems to be large today. There are mega muffins, and super size fries. One-size-fits-all doesn´t apply to ornamental grasses. Many species are so huge they would overwhelm some landscapes. The solution is to choose smaller grasses.

Outdoor Living Book Review
Even if we can't afford expensive vacations, we can create garden retreats for relaxation and rest. Here is a review of a book on creating outdoor living spaces.

Outdoor Rooms
With the summer behind us, now is the time to enjoy outdoor rooms.

Overwintering Summer Bulbs
Summer bulbs can be easily overwintered indoors. Here's how.

Overwintering Tender Perennials
Tender perennials can be overwintered indoors.

Palms as Container Plants and Houseplants
The regal and elegant palms are among the most popular trees in sub-tropical and tropical areas. In addition, these can be grown as container plants and houseplants in colder areas.

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.

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