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Moss roses offer ruffled beauty,

Moss roses offer ruffled beauty,

Moss rose is an easy-to-grow annual known for its showy roselike flowers and its tolerance of heat and drought.

The Regal Canada Goose

The Regal Canada Goose

In some ways, it’s unfortunate that these regal birds have adapted so well to human environments. Some see Canada geese as pests because they leave their droppings on golf courses, parks, trails, and lawns. But gardeners should consider the positive side of things: free fertilizer.

California Poppy

California Poppy

This native wildflower is famous for blanketing hillsides in California, but gardeners in many other regions can also enjoy its sunny blossoms.

Must-Have Shrub: Purple-Leafed Ninebark

Must-Have Shrub: Purple-Leafed Ninebark

Common ninebark is a large native shrub with modest ornamental interest. But the introduction of purple-leafed cultivars, starting with Diabolo, has made this a must-have shrub for colorful landscapes.

Cup-and-Saucer Vine Delights

Cup-and-Saucer Vine Delights

Imagine pretty living teacups, and you have a good idea what cup-and-saucer vine flowers look like. This vigorous vine is native to Mexico; it grows as a perennial in very warm zones, but it makes a charming summer annual in other regions.

Puzzled About Fall-Blooming Crocus?

Puzzled About Fall-Blooming Crocus?

Fall-blooming crocuses look nearly identical to their spring-blooming cousins, so their sudden appearance in the autumn garden often causes some puzzled double-takes.

Leave Lawn Clippings Alone

Leave Lawn Clippings Alone

The question from Carol O’Keefe from Florham Park, NY, is: “After you mow the lawn, is it necessary to pick up the grass cuttings?” Good question, and here’s the answer.

Turn Your Yard Into a Butterfly Nursery

Turn Your Yard Into a Butterfly Nursery

Healthy garden plants do not die when a few caterpillars feed on them. Native plants are particularly well adapted to caterpillar use and won’t suffer any long-term damage. So let the little leaf-munchers be, and plan to enjoy the butterflies they will eventually turn into.

Video: Bailey Nurseries 2015 Offerings

Video: Bailey Nurseries 2015 Offerings

Bailey Nurseries has been in business 110 years, so each year when the company presents new plants, it’s a big deal in the gardening world. Check out this video of seven brand new beauties for 2015 from Bailey Nurseries.

Romanesco Broccoli—Bizarre But Beautiful

Romanesco Broccoli—Bizarre But Beautiful

Though called broccoli, this unique vegetable is actually closer to cauliflower. Romanesco broccoli heads are really densely packed clusters of lime green flower buds that develop in the center of a leafy rosette. Roast or braise with plenty of garlic!

Wintergreen: What a Wee Charmer!

Wintergreen: What a Wee Charmer!

Though not the easiest ground cover to grow, this wee charmer offers great ornamental value. Native to woods in eastern North America, wintergreen forms a creeping mat of short, upright woody stems.

‘Snap Daddy Peach’ Snapdragon—Showstopper!

‘Snap Daddy Peach’ Snapdragon—Showstopper!

If you want showy, long-lasting blooms, you can’t go wrong with snapdragons.