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Why Would Gardeners Want To Grow Aconitums In Their Garden

So many people ask me why would gardeners want to grow aconitums’s in their garden considering how toxic this plant is. I do grow this in my garden and I have to say the honest answer is, for many reasons. Read on to find out the reasons why someone would want to grow this toxic …

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Easy Exotic Houseplants: Tropicals That Thrive Indoors in Containers

So, you’ve been looking for a reason to get your hands on some exotic houseplants, but what if I tell you that they don’t just clean the air? What’s more is these plants are not only easy-to-grow but they do extremely well indoors. Here are two suggestions of exotic tropical plants that are perfect in …

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Celebrate Halloween With Night Blooming Plants

Night blooming plants are a great way to add that extra spooky touch to your Halloween festivities. The flowers will last from one evening to the next morning and appear to glow in the dark, which makes them perfect for Halloween decorations. Night blooming plants are beautiful, but some of them have an interesting secret. …

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Daylilies: Attractive, Colorful, Easy To Grow Garden Gems

When many people think of daylilies, they think of the orange ditch lilies you see growing on the side of the road. While these may be the most common summer flowering bulbs that are seen, hybridizing has produced an unbelievable array of colors, including many that are bi-color. Other interesting color combinations include stippled, polychrome, …

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