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Create a tasteful (and tasty!) privacy screen along a sunny deck or patio with a wall of potted herbs. You can build it in a few days­—and snip flavor all summer long.
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Wooden crates—vintage or new—make sturdy container gardens as well as storage solutions for garden tools. Check out our ideas for using crates to hold flowers, store seedling pots, corral garden...
Grape hyacinth
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Does your garden just need a pop of purple? Click or tap ahead for some of our favorite purple plants for Midwest gardens.
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For can’t-miss plant picks, we peeked into the test garden outside our office and asked a panel of Midwest experts for their favorite blooms.
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Combine fall blooms with natural elements of the season such as dried grasses and wheat to create centerpieces and other fall accents for your home.
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The past decade’s frenzy for fantastically diverse dahlias brings these summer-to-frost stunners from the back of the border to the front, plus into containers and bouquets.
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In a tightly packed Missouri neighborhood, this backyard’s varied garden rooms work together to draw the focus inward.
8 Miniature Flower Arrangements You'll Love
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We're thinking small with fun ways to display those itsy-bitsy blooms.
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Easy-to-grow basil will thrive in a sunny window or garden spot. Try different varieties so you can experiment with adding lemony, peppery or even cinnamon-like flavor to dishes.
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Want to have a few friends over without going to a lot of work? The ideas at this Minneapolis garden reveal the secret: Let your yard co-host.

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