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Celebrate the season with cheery, colorful—and Midwest-hardy—daffodils.
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When lilacs bloom, it's suddenly spring. With their sweet scent, pastel blooms and delicate, heart-shape leaves, they're the perfect bouquet.
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Learn how to draw the world's tiniest birds to your garden with these colorful flowers.
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This pretty plant known for its soothing scent stars at farms throughout the Midwest. Learn how to grow lavender and where to find lavender products.
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Catch the classic jewels of spring--the rich colors of bulbs and blooming trees and shrubs--at these Midwest public gardens, and learn how to bring the beauty home.
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These colorful bloomers light up the hottest summer days.
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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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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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