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At workshops in a renovated Saint Paul warehouse, stylist Jackie Reisenauer shares tips on how to make floral arrangements that capture the effortless essence of a summer garden.
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Ohio florist Gretel Adams offers a fresh take on flower design trends—and what brides are requesting for their big days.
Heirloom peonies
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Hardy, fragrant and long-lasting, Midwest-friendly heirloom peonies bring character to the landscape and add charm to any container.
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A holiday favorite, easy-to-grow amaryllis heralds the season with a fanfare of spectacular blooms—and new looks.
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Create a nontraditional bouquet from the bounty of your garden.
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Follow your nose to one of these noteworthy Midwest gardens for dazzling rose displays and heaps of planting inspiration.
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Looking for a fuss-free perennial that’s attractive, dependable, deer-resistant, multiseasonal and extremely long-lived? Meet baptisia—a prairie native whose...

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Though spring blooms—frilly daffodils, dainty bleeding-hearts and statement tulips—look beautiful in the landscape, I like to snip a few from my yard to arrange in...

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Irrepressible hellebores burst through the cold long before spring to delight us with sweet-looking, long-lasting flowers.
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Festive poinsettias tug on our holiday heartstrings, but if you’re looking for a less-expected plant gift with more staying power, here are five sure to thrive for months, if not years.

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