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Flowers

Do you love peonies, hydrangeas, dahlias, daffodils, tulips, lilacs, coneflowers or sunflowers? Use our tips to choose and grow these flowers and other annuals and perennials in the Midwest.

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Often ignored because of their fussiness in the heat,...
The cloudlike flowers of hydrangeas are as romantic as ever...
With big, blousy blooms that can be seen from across the...

Flower Favorites

This Mother’s Day celebrate Mom with easy-to-make bouquets, garden gifts...
Hello, yellow! Daffodils light up the scene as perennial guests of honor...
Often ignored because of their fussiness in the heat, spring-blooming...
An inexpensive bouquet brightens multiple rooms when you separate single...
Here are some new varieties and cutting tips for these ever-popular...
Turn garden cuttings or store-bought blooms into showy summer centerpieces...

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Hello, yellow! Daffodils light up the scene as perennial guests of honor...
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The purple blossoms of Midwest-hardy lavender varieties perfume landscapes...
Visit Midwest lavender farms mid-June through July (prime picking time) to...
Here are some new varieties and cutting tips for these ever-popular...
The fantasyland in this wooded Wisconsin garden reflects the owners’ joy...

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Download free Easter and spring-theme desktop wallpaper...
Enjoy the beauty of the Midwest on your computer with some...
Download free desktop wallpaper images from our collection...

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