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If you can't bare the idea of your beautiful, tropical plants becoming mulch at summer's end, here are 3 simple ways to get them through winter alive.: How to Over-Winter Tender Tropical PlantsStoring Tropical Bulbs and Tubers for WinterOver-wintering Tropical Plants as HouseplantsGetting Tropical Plants through Winter while They are Dormant and in Containers

If you can't bare the idea of your beautiful, tropical plants becoming mulch at summer's end, here are 3 simple ways to get them through winter alive.: How to Over-Winter Tender Tropical PlantsStoring Tropical Bulbs and Tubers for WinterOver-wintering Tropical Plants as HouseplantsGetting Tropical Plants through Winter while They are Dormant and in Containers

Deliciously Fragrant Heirloom Flowers to Grow in Your Garden: Chocolate Daisy (Berlandiera lyrata)

Deliciously Fragrant Heirloom Flowers to Grow in Your Garden: Chocolate Daisy (Berlandiera lyrata)

The canna is the perfect plant to bring some tropical color and foliage to your yard: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/bulbs/summer-bulbs/?socsrc=bhgpin021915canna&page=5

The canna is the perfect plant to bring some tropical color and foliage to your yard: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/bulbs/summer-bulbs/?socsrc=bhgpin021915canna&page=5

A spot of color and life on your front porch can ease the winter doldrums. So dust off your gardening gear and pot up a couple cold hardy containers. Plants in containers require different care than those in the ground. Being in a pot, there’s less soil around roots to hold moisture, so container plants require more frequent watering. Those roots are also less insulated, and receive more exposure to the cold. For best results, use plants that are cold hardy two zones colder than your own…

A spot of color and life on your front porch can ease the winter doldrums. So dust off your gardening gear and pot up a couple cold hardy containers. Plants in containers require different care than those in the ground. Being in a pot, there’s less soil around roots to hold moisture, so container plants require more frequent watering. Those roots are also less insulated, and receive more exposure to the cold. For best results, use plants that are cold hardy two zones colder than your own…

Start your orchard off on the right foot! Learn how to plant fruit trees so your backyard or homestead orchard will thrive! | Homestead Honey

Start your orchard off on the right foot! Learn how to plant fruit trees so your backyard or homestead orchard will thrive! | Homestead Honey

8 Tips and Tricks for Outdoor Pots.  Beautify your home with colorful pots of flowers.  All the tips and tricks you need to know to keeping your plants thriving and alive.

8 Tips and Tricks for Outdoor Pots. Beautify your home with colorful pots of flowers. All the tips and tricks you need to know to keeping your plants thriving and alive.

Grow Tropical Indoor Plants • Helpful Tips  Ideas! REAL Green Plants = WOW....!!!! Give it a TRY....!!!!!

Grow Tropical Indoor Plants • Helpful Tips Ideas! REAL Green Plants = WOW....!!!! Give it a TRY....!!!!!

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