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The bright yellow blooms of winter jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum) is a promise that winter is waning and spring is indeed on its way.
Small in stature, paperbark maple is an outstanding choice for winter interest with its deep cinammon bark that peels away to reveal an orange-red trunk.
This beauty will not be a wallflower among your other spring bulbs— L’Innocence can reach a height of 12 inches.
A terrestrial orchid native to wetlands in eastern North America that waits until September or October to burst into bloom.
This native North American tree’s common name comes from the aromatic gum that seeps from its wounds.
Seven-son flower was named the 2011 Shrub of the Year by the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum and a Plant of Merit by Missouri Botanical Garden Kemper Center for Home Gardening.
A clump-forming grass that looks great in rock gardens or borders. The bluish foliage can be used as a background for spring bulbs, and is also good in the fall garden, where the mature flower plumes add a touch of gold.
This elegant hydrangea boasts clusters of creamy white star-shaped blooms that grow up to 4 inches across.
Members offer their favorite organic gardening tips.
These roses love the heat.