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Add blooms to your garden with these flower garden ideas in every color of the rainbow.
A welcome burst of post-winter color comes courtesy of early-season flowers.
Watch this quick video for easy tips on adding sweet scents to your flower garden.
Undulating borders contain beautiful blooms in these flower garden ideas.
Blooms brighten in these flower garden ideas.
Prolific, sun-loving flowers surround a table and chairs in this welcoming flower garden idea.
Pretty plants supply a boundary for a walkway.
A pretty cast of perennials takes center stage in this flower garden idea.
Gorgeous blooms fill a narrow stretch of yard.
Evergreens offer an interesting focal point in a beautiful flowerbed.
A dramatic front yard flowerbed provides a constant stream of color with these adaptable flower garden ideas.