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The cloudlike flowers of hydrangeas are as romantic as ever, but today's plants bloom bigger, brighter and showier than Grandma's favorites. With so many types, you'll find one perfect...
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Gathering tulips (plus daisies, snapdragons and lavender) from your backyard or at a you-pick farm fills vases -- and the soul.
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These good-looking perennials can weather whatever our Midwestern climate delivers. Best of all, they come back year after year with almost no attention on your part.
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Dazzling blooms and surprising hues give sunflowers real flower power. Try one—or more!—of these towering, sun-loving annuals to boost the fun factor in your Midwest garden.
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These easy-care little wonders provide year-round blooms in a range of colors. Here's how to grow African violets, including tips on watering, feeding, shaping, cleaning and repotting.
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Country settings, display gardens or unusual plants make these garden centers worth a drive.
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You could call Dinah Mannlein's garden a living valentine. A careful eye detects plants with heart-shaped leaves or flowers all throughout her yard.
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Add punch to your garden with these Midwest-friendly plants that have bold colors and black accents.
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Get the most from your ornamental grasses by pairing them with these plants.
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Gardeners are putting a priority on plants that offer fresh looks with less maintenance. Here are some of our top choices.

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