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    Alex’s Florida Plant Collection

    Today we’re visiting with Alex Saint in Florida, who is not only a plant lover but a photographer, as you’ll see from the gorgeous images he’s captured. (For more, check…

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    How to Turn a Basement Into a Greenhouse

    Arlene Lopas shared her beautiful garden with us some weeks ago and mentioned that she uses lights in her basement to overwinter many plants. Many of you were curious about…

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    Festival™ Burgundy corydaline

    Cordyline hybrida var. JURred 'Festival™ Burgundy'

    This basal branching cordyline combines the rugged easy-care attributes of its cordyline cousins with an unusual mix of shiny dark color, compact bushy form, short stems and cascading grass-like leaves.

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    ‘Swallowtail’ coleus

    Plectranthus scutellarioides ‘Swallowtail’

    ‘Swallowtail’ puts on a fantastic display of texture and color.

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    ‘Blue magic’ Grape hyacinth

    Muscari aucheri 'Blue magic'

    Grape hyacinths are hardy, easy to grow, and have long-lasting blooms--no garden should be without them.

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    ‘Dark Star’ coleus

    Plectranthus scutellarioides ‘Dark Star’

    The simple, indigo-purple leaves of mid-size ‘Dark Star’ draw all eyes to its inky depths.

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    ‘Fantasy Creation’ Grape hyacinth

    Muscari armeniacum 'Fantasy Creation'

    These double-flowered grape hyacinths are a good candidate for beds and borders because they increase only by division.

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    ‘Red Threads’ alternanthera

    Alternanthera ficoidea 'Red Threads'

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    Flame nasturtium

    Tropaeolum speciosum

    This tender perennial climber has edible, hand-shaped leaves and crimson red flowers in summer and fall which are uniquely textured.

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    Gold angel’s trumpet

    Brugmansia 'Charles Grimaldi'

    Foot-long blossoms are nocturnally fragrant, and pour out from narrow calyces of light yellow, to terminate in fluted, reflexed openings the hues of golden summer squash.