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Flower of December: Holly

Flower of December: Holly

Interesting facts about the flower of December.

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Top 5 Super Easy Houseplants

Top 5 Super Easy Houseplants - these ultra-tough indoor plants will turn any brown thumb green -

An assortment of beautiful plants that will grow well under indoor conditions.

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Storage Tips for Fall Vegetables

Storage Tips for Fall Vegetables - onions, root vegetables & winter squash -

Keep your fall harvest fresh longer by following these guidelines.

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5 Shrubs that Rarely Need Pruning

5 Shrubs that Rarely Need Pruning - a great looking landscape without a lot of work -

An assortment of beautiful, low-maintenance shrubs that make caring for your landscape a breeze.

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Outdoor Room Design Ideas

Outdoor Room Design Ideas - entertain family & friends in your garden -

Designing an outdoor room extends the usable space of your home and allows you to take advantage of your yard, deck or patio on a regular basis.

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10 Flowers that Feed Monarch Butterflies

10 Flowers that Feed Monarch Butterflies - plants for gardens & containers -

No matter if you live in the city, suburb or countryside, here are flowers to grow that attract monarchs to your garden, porch, and balcony as they travel south in fall.

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7 Tips to Keep Phalaenopsis Orchids Blooming

7 Tips to Keep Phalaenopsis Orchids Blooming - extend your orchid's beauty -

This orchid is one of the easiest to grow and a great choice for beginners. Follow these tips to keep your orchid healthy and encourage it to bloom as often and as long as possible.

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Get to Know Mums

Get to Know Mums

Learn more about the history of mums, the flower of November.

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Top 5 Hardy Succulents

Top 5 Hardy Succulents -these plants thrive in harsh conditions-

These drought-resistant plants are stunningly beautiful and nearly indestructible.

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6 Best Bulbs for Southern Gardens (Zones 7-10)

6 Best Bulbs for Southern Gardens (Zones 7-10)

These perennial bulbs survive and thrive in the heat and humidity of southern gardens. If you live where the temperature and the heat index aren't as high as the Deep South, then plant these bulbs in containers and enjoy them as annuals.

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