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Unexpected Evergreens

Perennials and grasses can play a surprising role in enhancing the winter landscape.

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Fifty Shades of Brown

A dormant perennial garden can be a work of art in winter.

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Crossing to Safety

The transition to fall allows the garden — and the gardener — to finally relax.

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Drama Queens Are Welcome: Part 2

Featuring the top 5 plants that have added some real pizzazz to my narrow perennial beds

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Drama Queens Are Welcome: Part 1

Even a small garden can use some large, striking plants to catch the eye and create some visual intrigue.

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No Running In The Garden

When designing perennial beds, paying attention to how a plant grows below ground is every bit as important as how it grows above ground.

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Meh, or M.E.B.?

Incorporating a stunning swath of perennials in a landscape is a great way to add interest and some personal flair.

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