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The Tea Plant
The tea plant is a species of camellia. Originally native to Asia, its origins are obscure.

The Three Sisters Garden
The Three Sisters Garden is very traditional.

The Urbaniste Pear
The heirloom fruits are desirable plants for the landscape. The Urbaniste pear is a wonderful variety.

The Useful Cotton Plant
There are quite a number of reasons to grow cotton in the home garden and landscape.

The Versatile Fuchsias
For landscapes during the spring and fall months, the fuchsia is unmatched. This Victorial favorite came into cultivation in Europe in the late 1700īs.

The Versatile Pumpkin
Fall wouldnīt be complete without pumpkins. These are one versatile vegetable.

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 York Imperial Apple
If I only had room for one apple tree I would choose the York Imperial.

Theme Gardens for the Landscape
Suppose your taste runs to lanky, overgrown hollyhocks, sweet peas, balsam, and flowering tobacco. Is there a way to combine these to create an attractive landsape? Yes, if a cottage garden theme is used. Cottage gardens are only one type of theme that can be used to create special kinds of gardens

Things Plants Do
When we're caring for the plants in our landscape, it works out better if we realize they are capable of responding to threats in their environment.

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