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Three different color pallets to brighten up your yard.  Since a picture is worth a thousand words, I am going to include tons of pictures with ideas to inspire your own creativity.

 

Learn about ways to use black in your garden, along with some plants you can use that have black foliage.

Little Quick Fire Hydrangea

YES! It’s a great way to gain more garden space, and it’s something that we do frequently in our trial gardens to specially showcase new varieties. Best of all, it’s easy to do!

Create a container garden even a vampire could love by utilizing plants with dark folige and flowers.

Growing perennials and shrubs in containers has become an increasingly popular topic. If all you want is the summer color and have no expectations of the plant coming back the next spring, growing a perennial or shrub in a pot is easy. If you are trying to overwinter the plant in the pot, things become a bit more challenging. This article will explain how to grow and overwinter perennials and shrubs in containers.

Fireworks

Let your patriotism shine through with these ideas for adding red, white and blue to your garden and patio containers

Whether they're used to spruce up a party, your home, or given as a gift, the versatility of potted plants make them the ultimate living centerpiece!

Any object that can hold soil and has drainage can be used as a planter.

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