The Best Flowers for Wet Soil

Turn a wet, poorly drained spot in your yard into a colorful landscape feature with these perennial flowers and ornamental grasses.

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Fall Veggies to Plant Now

Grow these cool-season vegetables and herbs to extend your garden's harvests in spring and fall. This list of vegetables includes seasonal vegetables, green vegetables, non-starchy vegetables, winter vegetables, green leafy vegetables, fall vegetables and more.

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Improve Poor Drainage

Follow these tips to transform a poorly drained area into an easy-care garden.

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Tips and Tricks to Keep Plants Blooming

Deadheading is a popular practice ¿ but do you know all the ways to keep flowers on your plants longer? Follow these easy tips for keeping your favorite shrubs and flowers blooming longer.

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Top Plant Picks for Late-Summer Color

Keep the color coming on strong through the end of the growing season with these easy-care, reliable annuals and perennials.

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Plan for a Gorgeous Fall Landscape

See how two great gardeners -- one on the East Coast and one on the West -- created knock-your-socks-off fall yards -- and learn how you can do the same.

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Best Plants for Rock Gardens

Transforming an unsightly slope or mound in your backyard into a colorful rock garden is easy when you chose the right plants. These amazing, low-maintenance ground huggers don't mind poor soil but do need good drainage to survive. Here's a list of our top plants for rock gardens.

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Crucial Details for Container Roses

Remember these important tips when caring for container plants.

Prevent potential diseases by cleaning debris in your containers.

1. When buying roses, determine their mature size to make sure they'll fit your garden plans.

2. Use pots of miniature roses as decorative accents. They'll take up as much room as a vase of cut flowers but will last for months.

3. Once planted, keep tight spots tidy. You'll avoid disease problems that fester in crowded conditions if you remove every leaf that shows any signs of infection (yellowing, black spots, or a white cast).

4. Deadhead or clip off faded blooms to promote healthy new growth.

5. Prune wayward branches often to keep a compact shape, but strive for an open, vase-shape base. Store a pruning tool nearby for convenience.

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