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Dianthus 'Cosmic Pink Swirl' from Pacific Plug and Liner

Dianthus 'Cosmic Pink Swirl' from Pacific Plug and Liner

Rainbow roses    The method exploits the rose's natural processes by which water is drawn up the stem. By splitting the stem and dipping each part in a different colored water, the colors are drawn into the petals resulting in a multicolored rose.

How to make Rainbow Roses: a Step by Step Guide

Rainbow roses ARE real roses! A rainbow rose is made by inserting dye into the stem of the rose while it's growing. The color gets absorbed by the petals of the flower. They're hard to find.

"Lily of the Valley" smell amazing!  My Grammy used to grow these!  May have to see if there is a good place in my yard for some!

"Lily of the Valley" sell amazing! "Lily of the Valley" sell amazing! "Lily of the Valley" sell amazing!

Hosta ‘Abiqua Drinking Gourd’  Slug resistant.

"Hosta Abiqua Drinking Gourd - A must have for hosta lovers; the cupped blue leaves really do collect water. Animals can come in for a sip. The undersides provide interesting texture for the shady garden.

Hostas and Impatiens make a nice combination, and are good companion plants.

Hostas and Impatiens make a nice combination, and are good companion plants. White impatiens please!

Helleborus Wedding Party series  3 inches across and double-petaled 'Wedding Bells' blooms white, 'Best Man' is soft purple, 'Blushing Bridesmaid' is a purple and white bicolor, 'First Dance' is greenish-white, and 'Maid of Honor' is rosy-purple. Walters Gardens Inc.

Best new perennial flowers of 2015: George Weigel

The 2015 lineup of new perennial flowers includes two all-new types of plants -- the "echibeckia" (a cross of coneflowers and black-eyed susans) and the

Just because they're beautiful...pink poppy!!

This is a definite someday! I miss poppies Papaver Princess Victoria Louise. Had these 20 years ago befor my yard got so shaded. Going to start a sun garden this year and have to remember how much I love these interplanted with Iris.

Verbena 'Temari™ Candy Stripe' (by Suntory)

Verbena 'Temari™ Candy Stripe' (by Suntory)

Monarch on milkweed… No milkweed, no monarchs! We want lots of monarchs, so we plant lots of milkweed for them to lay their eggs on.

Growing Milkweed for Monarchs

Growing Milkweed for Monarchs - One of the keys to having monarchs-for their survival now and in the future-is having lots of milkweed. Here are step by step instructions on how to grow milkweed! - My Garden Muse

If you love 'Pretty Much Picasso,' here's Supertunia Piccaso, more compact with heat and humidity tolerance.

New Petunias At 2012 California Spring Trials

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