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Favorite Plants:


Helleborus has beautiful evergreen foliage and flowers in late winter to early spring.

It performs best in shady locations throughout USDA hardiness Zones 4-8.

Helleborus is a member of the ranunculaceae (buttercup) family, which also contains several perennials including aconitum, anemone, aquilegia, cimicifuga, clematis, delphinium, ranunculus and trollius.

It is so popular that the Perennial Plant Association voted Helleborus x hybridus the 2005 Perennial Plant of the Year.

Try this plant, you won't be dissapointed!

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An Arbor Favorite-The Clematis

The Gray Ladies of the Garden Space

Starting Primroses for Outdoor Enjoyment

A Care Guide to Growing Tulips

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An Old-Time Garden Favorite: Peonies

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Growing a Yucca Plant

How to Grow Elephant Ears

How to Grow and Propagate a Mandevilla

How to Grow and Care for a Banana Tree

How to Grow and Care for Lantanas

How to Grow Daffodils

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Plant Diseases and Pests of the Iris

Pests and Disease of Peonies

Pests and Diseases of Clematis

Growing Black-Eyed Susan

How to Grow and Care for Coneflower

Caring for Pampas Grass

Growing and Caring for Shasta Daisies

The Types of English Roses Developed by David Austin

How to Grow and Care for Gardenias

Growing and Caring for a Miniature Rose

Tips for Growing and Caring for Canterbury Bells

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Growing Hostas

How to Grow Orchids the Right Way

How to Grow a Graceful Classic-Columbine

How to Grow and Care for Delphinium

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Growing Gypsophila or Baby's Breath

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How to Plant and Grow Kniphofia

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Growing Caladium

Caladiums grow from tubers sold in the spring.

You can buy the tubers and plant your own, but buying a full-grown plant is the easiest way to know what color the leaves will be.

Give your Caladiums high humidity or the leaf margins may turn brown.

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