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    Love to garden, especially with plants and gardening.
  1. No matter how small your areas is, we have some great ideas for gardening in small areas. Perennial plants works well in small areas as does small shrubs, ground cover plants and some vegetable plants like tomatoes, cucumbers and okra. If you've got a bit of a green thumb but don't have much space to work with, it's still possible to create lush spreads of garden plants. The key is choosing the right flora for your particular situation. Here are a few excellent choices that will fit into fairly confined spaces and create a welcoming garden environment. Perennials Getting the most fro
  2. While raised beds have traditionally been the domain of the vegetable gardener, perennial plants such as Daylillies, Hosta, Virginia Blue bells, Columbine And Dutchman's Breeches have much to recommend them to this type of garden. All thrive under the favorable conditions of a raised bed and each species has it's own, unique features which make them perennial favorites. Daylillies could easily fill a raised bed all by themselves.They come in a range of sizes and enticing colors, and bloom from early June until September. There are even evening blooming varieties for when you want to linger on
  3. It's easy to know when spring is upon us, the trees return to their lush green color and start to bloom, flowers shoot up from the ground opening their petals to the sunshine, birds return to the area and fill the air with birdsong, and baby animals start to appear in the bushes, and butterflies come back. It's easy to attract these beautiful and interesting butterflies and monarchs to your garden. All you need to do to start is have plants that feed caterpillars and adult butterflies, but if you want to create a sanctuary for these flying beauties you'll need some simple plans for your garden
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