Spring Garden Tips
Creating a Beautiful Garden or Landscape


Ornamental Oregano

Include the beautiful member of the oregano family in your containers and gardens. Ornamental oregano is grown for the unique flowers, not its flavor.

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Gomphrena Also Known as Globe Amaranth

Grow this one flower and reap lots of benefits. Include gomphrena, also known as globe amaranth, in the garden, containers and cut or dried flower arrangements.

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Historic Osage Orange (Maclura pomifera)

This month we celebrate the 200-year-old Osage orange tree in Alexandria, Virginia. This historic tree is the oldest tree on George Washington's River Farm. It is believed that Thomas Jefferson, who received lots of seedlings from the Lewis and Clark expeditions, gave this tree to Washington.

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Thin Man Indian Grass (Sorghastrum nutans 'Thin Man')

Add year-round interest to your garden with Thin Man Indian grass. This cultivar of a North American Native grass is more drought tolerant than its Midwest and East Coast counterparts.

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Golden Duchess Hemlock (Thug canadensis 'MonKinn')

Create big impact in a small space with the Golden Duchess Hemlock.

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Maypop (Passiflora incarnata)

Go vertical with the fragrant unique white and purple blooms of purple passionflower (Passiflora incarnata).

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2017 Year of the Rose

Join the National Garden Bureau in celebrating our national flower – the rose.

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Elephant Ears

Create an instant focal point in the garden, screen an unwanted view, or extend a bold welcome to visitors with elephant ears.

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