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Landscaping trends reveal gardeners´ varied tastes and interests.
Late Blooming Sages
Nature has surprises in store for fall. Witness all the spectacular late-blooming perennials. Among these are several sages.
Late Summer Garden-Related Activities
The dog days of late summer are a trying time for gardeners. Hot, muggy weather makes it hard to keep up on garden chores. So, wait until fall for those big projects. Meanwhile, here are some garden-related activities you can do indoors.
Living Christmas Trees
If you´re tired of cut Christmas trees and can´t bear the sight of artificial ones, try a living Christmas tree.
Louise Bonne of Jersey and Madeleine Pears
Many kinds of plants are suitable for the edible landscape. Pears, such as Madeleine, are a good choice.
Lovage-a Versatile Herb for the Kitchen Garden
Lovage is well worth including in herb and kitchen gardens and vegetable garden. This useful, versatile plant is a perennial.
Magellan Coral Zinnia-a Perfect Choice for Landscapes
Brighten up those flowerbeds and borders with award winning flowers. All-America Selections announced its 2005 awards. Among these is Magellan Coral zinnia, a flower with winning ways.
When choosing pear trees for the home landscape consider modern and heirloom varieties. Magness is a delightful release dating from the 1960's.
Maxine and New Century Pears
When choosing fruit trees for the home orchard a mix of modern and heirloom varieties work well. Here are profiles of some recommended varieties.
Medieval Flowers Book Review
"Medieval Flowers-the History of Medieval Flowers and How to Grow Them Today" is by Miranda Innes.
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