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CREEPING FIG

Creeping fig is an eager climber and can withstand aggressive trimming much more than finicky varietals like English ivy. It’s best planted in fall and will grow slowly at first, picking up pace as it matures. It can eventually reach lengths of up to 15 feet in length.

DRACENA

Dracaena is a  popular houseplant that tolerates a wide variety of growing conditions. It is grown primarily for the upright, with strap like foliage that is either green or variegated. Occasionally the plants set clusters of small, fragrant, white blossoms (but rarely indoors). The small, bushy form of young plants suits mantels, tabletops, and desks. …

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IVY

Ivy is an old-school houseplant that’s still trendy thanks to its easy-care nature, elegant look, and versatile stems. Ivy comes in varying shades of green, as well as marked with silver, white, or chartreuse. There is a wide variety of leaf shapes, too, so it’s easy to get just the look for your home decor. …

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CLEMATIS

Clematis is one of the showiest vines you can grow. With many types of shapes and colors, these plants dress up any kind of structure they climb. Bloom time ranges from late spring to fall, depending on the type and variety. With proper planning, it’s possible to have clematis blooms throughout the growing season. You …

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IRIS

Irises are low-maintenance and easy to grow. Their flowers come almost every color and bloom times vary depending on the species. Some irises bloom in spring or summer, while others bloom in spring and again in fall.

VITEX

If you are looking for a tough, shrub or small tree that attracts butterflies, bees and hummingbirds then a Vitex will suit your landscape. This versatile plant can be trained as a large shrub or small multi-trunked tree. Vitex grows best when planted in full sun and in a location that drains well. It will …

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DIGITALIS

Digitalis plants are a classic of the cottage garden. Flowers range in colors from creamy yellow, pink, rose to maroon. The tall flower spikes with charming tubular flowers of Foxglove add both height and vertical accent to your garden without staking. Perennial Digitalis blooms attract hummingbirds and bees and an added bonus, the deer do …

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ASIATIC JASMINE

Asiatic jasmine is not a true jasmine, but it is a popular, fast spreading, hardy groundcover. Jasmine is low a maintenance trailing foliage that does great in the sun or shade. Asiatic jasmine is an excellent addition to any warm weather garden. Keep reading to learn more about Asiatic jasmine care and how to grow …

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MUHLBERGIA ‘MUHLY GRASS’

Muhlbergia has another common name known as ‘Muhly Grass’. The fine blades of this ornamental grass unite to be reminiscent of a windblown casual hairdo. Native to western North America, muhlbergia tolerates drought and thrives in well-drained soil. Plant this easy-to-grow perennial grass in large drifts for year-round texture and movement in the landscape. Several …

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ASTIBLE

Astible is a knockout plant, thanks to its ornamental, fern-like bronze-and-green foliage and its feathery plumed blossoms that look good in season and dried for winter interest. Just make sure to keep astible moist, or its delicate foliage will scorch in the sun. Astible is the perfect addition that needs beautiful textured blooms. Perfect for …

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