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Let's Dance Rave Hydrangea

If you want to plant an attention grabbing garden, vividly colored plants are just the ticket. These brightly colored flowers are a great way to bring life to your garden beds and will create a traffic stopping display!

When the dog days of summer arrive, and the heat is stifling and the humidity is high, most plants are going to be stressed.  However, there are plants that not only survive, they thrive when the heat is on. These sixteen plants will take the heat and keep growing strong.

Heuchera, commonly called coral bells, are easy to grow and thrive in zones 4-9. Dolce® and Primo® varieties were bred from native North American species and provide colorful foliage all season. Some also produce pretty sprays of airy flowers in early summer.

When we see beautiful flowers, our instinct propels us to pull them in closer for a sniff, even when we know they don’t have a fragrance. We love scented blooms not only for the perfume they exude but because of the nostalgic memories they can evoke. Bees enjoy them, too. Let’s take a closer look at how you can embrace fragrance to the fullest in your garden.

Color is the soul of every garden and the main way in which you express your style and personality in the garden. Each color has its own impact and meaning when used in a garden. I have been slowly writing my way through the colors of the rainbow and how to use them in gardens. I have already written about chartreuse , black, white and orange.  In this article, I will cover using red in the garden.

Berry Poppins Ilex verticillata winterberry holly

Getting a good looking, colorful winterberry holly is as simple as having the right male....

Adding height with pizzazz!

Chartreuse has a unique way of brightening up the landscape anywhere you plant it, in sun or shade. Here are ten of our very best chartreuse annuals, perennials and shrubs to make your garden glow.

Ready to grow a gorgeous garden? Start with these top award-winning annuals, perennials and shrubs which are ready to flourish in your containers and landscape. 

Brother Stefan Clematis

Some colors can be found in abundance in the landscape, but blue often isn’t one of them. Yet gardeners tell us it is one of their most favorite colors, so we’re always seeking out reliable perennials that are worthy of the Proven Winners name. Here are ten we think are definitely worth finding a place for in your landscape.  

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