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Spanish Bluebells (hyacinthoides hispanica): This looks like Spanish bluebells, or hybrids, which can have blue, white, or pink flowers. The strap shaped leaves and classic waxy flowers are a joy to see in the spring garden. Plants thrive in sun or part shade in almost any soil.   Beautiful flowers!

Spanish Bluebells (hyacinthoides hispanica): This looks like Spanish bluebells, or hybrids, which can have blue, white, or pink flowers. The strap shaped leaves and classic waxy flowers are a joy to see in the spring garden. Plants thrive in sun or part shade in almost any soil. Beautiful flowers!

Top 7 Shade Loving Plants!  These are gorgeous and will be perfect for my backyard corner that doesn't get much sun!

Top 7 Shade Loving Plants

Do you have a shady spot in your yard where nothing seems to grow? Here are 10 shade loving plants that will bring beauty to your shady spots!

Instead of using commercial fertilizers and plant food, why not use some scraps from your kitchen that would otherwise end up in the trash or compost bin to amend and improve your garden soil naturally?

use some scraps from your kitchen to amend and improve your garden soil naturally. Inexpensive and easy - Eggshells, banana peels, Epsom salts, coffee grounds.

The key is to planting a wildlife garden is a plot that provides and supports wildlife habitat year round, especially for birds.

12 Plants to Get You Growing a Year-Round Wildlife Habitat Garden / Monrovia

Cleomes-plant seed early spring by pressing into dirt.  Shade/drought tolerant.

Top 10 Beautiful Shade - Loving Flowers

26 Beautiful Plants That Grow in Shade

25 Gorgeous Shade-Tolerant Plants That Will Bring Your Shaded Garden Areas to Life

My Shed Plans - 25 Gorgeous Shade-Tolerant Plants That Will Bring Your Shaded Garden Areas to Life - Now You Can Build ANY Shed In A Weekend Even If You've Zero Woodworking Experience!

Don't wait till spring for gardening, begin with 6 things in February so that you'll have a good start when the weather gets warm again.

Do 6 of These Things in February To Have a Great Garden in Spring

Dont wait till spring for gardening, begin with 6 things in February so that youll have a good start when the weather gets warm again. - My Garden Window

Bring color to your garden with these late summer flowers. Let's face it, by mid-July a lot of your annuals have gotten all leggy and even if they're not dead yet, they're not looking as spiffy as they did in May.

5 Favorite Late Summer Flowers

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