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    Plant Varieties to Try, Plant Varieties to Lose

    With the wide variety of plants at our fingertips, we should be experimenting with new plants all the time. But we often default to the same familiar cultivars, which is…

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    Regional Picks: Unusual Autumn Stars – Northwest

    If you’re sick of the same old asters and mums, why not plant an unexpected fall-star instead? Here some truly out-of-the-ordinary plants for upping your fall garden game in the…

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    Regional Picks: Plants for Dry Shade – Northwest

    ‘Sweetheart’ epimedium Name: Epimedium × rubrum ‘Sweetheart’ USDA Hardiness Zones: 5 to 8 Size: 16 inches tall and up to 2 feet wide Conditions: Partial shade; well-drained soil The large…

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    The Best of the Best Native Plants

    What makes native plants so great? According to some experts, it’s because these plants are practically perfect: They are built to thrive in the conditions of a specific region without…

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    Regional Picks: Tough Ground Covers – Midwest

    1. ‘Tara’ Prairie Dropseed Name: Sporobolus heterolepis ‘Tara’ USDA hardiness zones: 3 to 9 Size: 2 to 3 feet tall and wide Conditions: Full sun; average, well-drained soil This exceptional…