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A Dozen Design Tips For Butterfly Gardens...

A Dozen Design Tips For Butterfly Gardens
by Dr. Leonard Perry, Extension Professor

Many desire butterfly gardens to attract these beautiful insects. It's hard to even think of them as insects, a term bringing to mind some of the undesirable garden insects we despise. Yet butterflies are more than attractive.

A Friendship Potpourri...

A Friendship Potpourri
by Carol Ness

Sweet Cicely

A Garden of Shade-Loving Herbs
by Holly Shimizu, Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Gardening with herbs in the shade can be an excellent retreat from the sun.

St. Nick.

A Gardener's Night Before Christmas
by Dr. Leonard Perry, Extension Professor Univ. of Vermont

T’was the night before Christmas and under the snow, perennials now dormant were waiting to grow.

Native wildflower.

A Guide to Native Plant Gardening
by Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Your native landscape will be an economical, ecological and beautiful entity that can serve to reconnect you to the natural world.

A History of Camellias - From Tea to Shining Tr...

A History of Camellias: From Tea to Shining Tree
by George Wright

The history of camellias is almost as colorful as the flowers themselves. Join contributing writer George Wright as he looks at some of the stories behind these facinating and beautiful plants.


A Kaleidoscope of Color
by National Gardening Association

Because it stays under 3 feet tall, 'Kaleidoscope' works well in many landscape situations- as a foundation plant, in mass plantings or even in containers.

Salvia leucantha ‘Midnight’. U.S. Arboretum Photo.

A Rainbow of Color for Your Autumn Garden
by U.S. National Arboretum

Autumn in the National Herb Garden is one of the most colorful sights at the U.S. National Arboretum.

Eastern Swallowtail Butterfly

A Swallow Tale: A Simple Moment Remembered
by Jim King

Isn’t it funny how insignificant occurrences bring back memories many years after the event happened?


A Taste of Provence
by The United States National Arboretum

"Provence" conjures vivid images in many people’s minds: delectable food, a less frenzied pace, and beautiful scenery, not the least of which are the fields of fragrant lavender.


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