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irish bells by megpi, via Flickr

irish bells by megpi, via Flickr

Black-Stem Hydrangeas stand out in your garden! More varieties here: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/shrubs/hydrangea-guide/?socsrc=bhgpin071914blackstemhydrangea&page=8

How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas

Black-Stem Hydrangeas stand out in your garden! More varieties here: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/shrubs/hydrangea-guide/?socsrc=bhgpin071914blackstemhydrangea&page=8

How To Tell What’s Wrong With Your Vegetable Plants…And Fix It!

How To Tell What's Wrong With Your Vegetable Plants - And Fix It!

How To Tell What’s Wrong With Your Vegetable Plants…And Fix It!

Also called false indigo for the rich blue shade of its flowers, this hardy perennial fills the spring garden with elegant spires of pealike blooms. It withstands drought -- and deer, rabbits, and other critters leave it alone. The bluish-green foliage looks great all summer long, and the charcoal-black seedpods create fun contrast in fall. Name: Baptisia australis Zones: 3-8

Editors' Picks: Favorite Fuss-Free Plants

Also called false indigo for the rich blue shade of its flowers, this hardy perennial fills the spring garden with elegant spires of pealike blooms. It withstands drought -- and deer, rabbits, and other critters leave it alone. The bluish-green foliage looks great all summer long, and the charcoal-black seedpods create fun contrast in fall. Name: Baptisia australis Zones: 3-8

Inflorescència de la cicuta (Conium maculatum)

Inflorescència de la cicuta (Conium maculatum)

Dicentra cucullaria (Dutchman's breeches) is a perennial herbaceous plant, native to rich woods of eastern North America, with a disjunct population in the Columbia River Basin.[1]  The common name Dutchman's breeches derives from their white flowers that look like white breeches.

Dicentra cucullaria (Dutchman's breeches) is a perennial herbaceous plant, native to rich woods of eastern North America, with a disjunct population in the Columbia River Basin.[1] The common name Dutchman's breeches derives from their white flowers that look like white breeches.

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