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It's easy to help the environment (and your budget, in many cases) while enjoying a great vacation, having a fine meal or hanging out with the neighbors. Check out these 10 practical ideas.
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Bring the beauty of nature to your desktop with our free images from Midwest Living photographers. Find a photo you like, click to download, then right-click on the photo to make it your desktop...
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Let Midwest gardens bloom on your desktop with free downloads from our collection of Midwest Living photographs. Find a photo you like, click “Download this file,” then right-click on the photo...
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Add exciting color to your autumn garden with these easy-to-grow trees and shrubs.
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Whether you're looking for a scenic place to walk or for gardening education, these public gardens throughout the Midwest will inspire you.
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Spring has sprung! Get out there and revel in the pleasure of gardening.
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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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