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The Sensory Garden

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Fair warning: If you were to do a quick Internet search on sensory gardens, you may be a bit overwhelmed. Sensory gardens are often designed to stimulate the senses of young children; to highlight a particular sense, such as smell …

Edible Spotlight: Sweet Baby Radish

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The All-America Selections judges were impressed with the exterior and interior color of Sweet Baby as well as its consistent shape and size. This is a quick-growing radish that reaches maturity in 40 to 45 days. Foliage: green Fruit: exterior …

We Love Bounce Pink Flame Impatiens

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We love that this impatiens is completely resistant to downy mildew! Bounce Pink Flame is a vigorous annual with countless pink bi-color blossoms on a sturdy, mounding plant. This impatiens is not restricted to the shade; it does well in …

Edible Spotlight: Cleopatra Oregano

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  Add a winner to your herb garden: Cleopatra is a 2015 All-America Winner. Unlike Greek and Italian oreganos, ‘Cleopatra’ has a mild, spicy flavor with a hint of peppermint. Many cooks prefer adding ‘Cleopatra’ to their roasted vegetables and …

Plants We Love: Heuchera Grape Soda

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  Coral bells have been a mainstay of the garden for generations. In grandma’s garden or newly installed contemporary gardens, trust Heucheras to provide a variety of colors, leaf variations and textures. Planted in large groupings it lends itself well …