Sharing the Spirit of Christmas Traditions

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New Succulent Planters

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Join Us For: Mantel-Decorating

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Our Passion for Plants + Learning

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Join Us for: Holiday Tablescapes

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Preparing Tropical Plants for Life Indoors

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The Bulb Market is Open

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  • A Garden To-Do List for Late Fall

    When the weather turns colder, it may seem like there’s not much left to do in the garden. But there …

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  • Building a Habitat for Birds

    Flashes of color, amusing antics, and the air filled with song – all reasons we enjoy seeing birds in our …

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  • Our Favorite Trees

    Fall is the perfect time to plant trees. The milder weather puts less stress on newly planted trees while they …

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  • Joe-Pye Weed

    To most of us, “weed” is a bad word. We think of unattractive, unruly plant invaders that rob limited water …

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  • Perennial Asters

    Last September, Hardy Plants Team Member Kristin Tweedly noticed something striking about the perennial asters. Three or four different aster …

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  • Loaded with Buds Ready to Pop

    Right now, the greenhouse tables are filled with rows of big, healthy, and perfectly green mums. Green? Yes, for now, …

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  • Fall-Inspired Planters

    Spring and summer may be the “Big Show” for many garden projects, but for custom container gardener, Jenny Beukenhorst, fall …

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  • An Unlikely Garden

    The next time someone you know claims they can’t grow plants or they don’t have the right space for a …

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  • Hardy Hibiscus

    Hardy hibiscus likes to sleep in. That’s something our Hardy Plants team will tell you right away when asked about …

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  • Echinacea ‘Cheyenne Spirit’

    Fall colors – they’re so pretty. All the golds, reds, oranges, and bronzes accented with greens and deep purples. What …

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