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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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Come along in search of the best nurseries to inspire spring planting.
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If drought, disease, or insect damage has you seeing red instead of cool green, maybe it's time to patch things up between you and your lawn.
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Planting vegetables or flowers in a raised bed amps up your landscape and harvest.
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Ornamental grasses add easy, airy beauty to Midwest gardens.
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Create instant interest in your yard with garden art made from recycled or inexpensive materials.
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Adopting earth-friendly gardening habits is easier than you may think. And these ideas save you time and money, too.
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Create an inviting habitat for butterflies with careful plant selection and placement.
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Create a knockout yard with these simple strategies.

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