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Here are some new varieties and cutting tips for these ever-popular beauties, which like cool, moist, well-drained soil and morning sun.
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Turn garden cuttings or store-bought blooms into showy summer centerpieces. Michael Gaffney, founder of the Chicago School of Flower Design, shares his floral-fashioning tricks.
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This is what all those April showers were for! The garden is going great guns this month.
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Keep your lawn and garden healthy in summer's heat.
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With big, blousy blooms that can be seen from across the yard, Japanese irises will bring a burst of color to your Midwest garden.
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Orchids, lilies, African violets and even daffodils can brighten your home throughout the year,
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Don't be afraid to grow roses. New varieties are so easy, you can just plant them and enjoy the boost of color they give your garden from late spring through fall.
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Peonies might bring to mind times gone by, but with a variety of forms and new colors, they're also the perfect way to update your garden.

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