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5 Prairie Wildflowers That Can Heal Your Soil

Get free, organic soil fertilizer with nitrogen-pumping plants that draw pollinators too Full Story
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Susan Beecher
I love your articles!!
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princesslolo45
i just added a baptisia to my flowerbed. Leadplant and purple prairie clover are on my list for next planting in the fall.
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Great Design Plant: Blue Vervain for Beauty and Bees

Try this tall and spiky pollinator plant for an unusual back-of-the-border look Full Story
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lintys
I have a bunch of babies - got them from a native plants propagation class in late May. They're still in pots, just waiting to go into the garden. My only concern is bunnies eating them. I may fence them for protection.
July 20, 2014 at 4:52am   
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Eskandari Stone
Wow! very beautiful plants. I would love to plant them in my small garden.
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9 Smells You Actually Want in Your Home

Boost memory, enhance sleep, lower anxiety ... these scents do way more than just smell good Full Story
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jmrger
Alfalfa, Alfalfa, Alfalfa... hay or fresh cut. If you've never smelled it then boy are you missing out. I honestly don't think there's a more soothing fragrance out there. If they could just make it for home fragrances, that'd be wonderful! Many have tried by using sweetgrass and such, but alfalfa is more complex that standard grass hays. it's fragrance is unique and very soft.
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carletabarton
LAVENDER IS SIMILAR, BUT AS A FARMER'S DAUGHTER, YES ALFALFA IS WONDERFUL.
July 19, 2014 at 6:25am   
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Herb Garden Essentials: Grow Your Own Fragrant Lavender

This do-it-all plant is ideal for almost any garden, and its uses are abundant around the home Full Story
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Erdman Design
Thanks Dawn. I've seen lavender in a few gardens I tend to around Boston that makes it through the winter in the ground, but I was wondering if it could be expected to do OK if planted in larger containers. Sounds like the answer is no.
April 2, 2014 at 7:55pm   
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Trish Palmer
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April 3, 2014 at 6:08am   
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Regal Lavender Rules Gardens Coast to Coast

Learn how to grow this fragrant, beautiful herb and show off its full beauty in the landscape Full Story
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ebea
We have a large rosemary bush in front (was there when we bought the house) but it doesn't grab me as a pretty hillside plant when looked at from the lake. Will have to give this some more thought, I guess. But, thanks for the suggestions. When you live on a lake you have 2 "front" yards. Have to look good on both sides, you know.
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kphil
Would you recommend planting between shrubs? What about clean up? I want to put in my backyard at a fence line.
December 26, 2012 at 7:12pm   
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