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A pair of self-taught gardeners followed their hearts rather than fixed principles to cultivate color, joy and happenstance in their inviting, cottage-style suburban Ohio yard.
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Trade dried pantry herbs for seasonings plucked straight from your yard. Easy-to-grow herbs such as thyme, basil and sage add zest to your garden and table.
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My mom’s beautiful flower gardens owe much of their splendor to seeds she saves year to year in assorted containers at the top of a kitchen cupboard. Toppling them...

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This Mother’s Day celebrate Mom with easy-to-make bouquets, garden gifts or DIY centerpieces.
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Hello, yellow! Daffodils light up the scene as perennial guests of honor at an Ohio couple’s springtime party.
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One of America’s best displays of modern architecture waits in Columbus, which knows how to blend small-city hospitality with modern style.
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In the quiet early season among Lake Michigan’s bluffs, Port Washington—30 minutes north of Milwaukee—offers biking, bird-watching and historical tours.
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History touches just about every part of a trip to Delafield, Wisconsin.
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Often ignored because of their fussiness in the heat, spring-blooming primroses can thrive in the Midwest if you select the right cultivars and give them a little attention. As woodland natives,...
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Our apple blossom itinerary takes you on a 100-mile loop from La Crosse, Wisconsin, to Great River Bluffs State Park in Minnesota.

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