Flowering plants add color and fragrance to urban and rural landscapes. Whether you're filling a patio container or a backyard border, you'll learn more about blooming annuals, perennials, and bulbs at Yard and Garden Online.
Wishing your yard had more spring color? Now is a good time to list the daffodils you want to plant next fall. Or consider adding some spring blooming perennials.
Too much shade? Don't let a lack of sunshine prevent you from enjoying the pleasures of gardening. The right palette of plants can make a shady nook visually satisfying as well as cool and calming. Hostas and ferns are the most common choices but there are dozens of other perennials for shade.
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