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Black Lace Elderberry

Black Lace: The 'Little Black Dress' of the Garden
by Danielle Smith

Ask any woman, and she will tell you that it’s hard to go wrong with 'the little black dress,' suitable for any occasion and infinitely accessorize-able.

Black Pearl Ornamental Pepper

Black Pearl: Beauty With a Bite
by Laura McGinnis, ARS

A new culinary ornamental pepper bred by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in Beltsville, Md., is earning accolades in the gardening community.

Black Thai Banana

Black Thai Banana Offers Staggering Beauty
by Norman Winter

The Black Thai is the perfect choice for those of us who love tropical plants.

Angel’s trumpet

Blooms By the Light of the Moon
by Dr. Dave Williams

Not all flowers bloom during the day. Some prefer to bloom when the sun goes down. As you plan your spring garden, think about planting some night-blooming flowers.


Blue-Blooming Vitex and Plumbago: Butterflies Love 'Em, Deer Don't
by Dr. Jerry Parsons

For indigo blossoms, butterfly habitat and deer resistance, few plants beat Vitex and Plumbago, two adapted bloomers recently added to the Texas Superstar plant program.


Blueberries are at the Top Among Health Foods
by LSU Ag Center

It's time to enjoy [Louisiana] blueberries. Luckily, blueberries are nature's No. 1 source of antioxidants among more than 50 fresh fruits and vegetables tested by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging.

Photo by Tom Dean

Bougainvilleas Spectacular If Properly Cared For
by Dan Gill

It would be hard to find a more dazzling flowering tropical plant than the bougainvillea.


Bring in Your Houseplants Now
by Susan M. Grupp

Many people move their houseplants outdoors for the summer to rejuvenate them after a long winter. But take care-it's time to bring them back indoors.

Bring On The Green:  <I>Urban Gardens</I>...

Bring On The Green: Urban Gardens
by Mandy Miller

In an effort to recover our “green space,” many urban areas have begun replacing run-down buildings and vacant lots with trees, park, and gardens. Join Mandy Miller as she explores the success of the urban garden.

Picture of an urn plant.

Bromeliads Offer Variety
by Leslie Johnson

What do pineapple plants and Spanish moss have in common? They both belong to the family of plants known as bromeliads.


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