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    Break the Houseplant Rules

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    Gardening as an Art Form

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    A Cottage Garden in Connecticut

    Greetings from Darien, Connecticut. My name is Andrea Huntington, and I've enjoyed working on my cottage gardens at my 1780s home. This little garden includes foxglove (Digitalis purpurea, Zones 4–9),…

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    The Tranquillity of Winter

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    Slideshow: Plants That Like It Hot

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    Designer Secrets for Over-the-Top Pots

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    Pick the Perfect Purple

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