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How to Propagate Yellow Day Lilies


Day lily flowers bloom for only one day as their name suggests, but when a garden bed full of these bright flowers is in bloom it will remain a strong point of color in the ...

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How to Care for Hydrangeas That Froze


Hydrangeas produce showy blossoms on new growth each spring and summer. Unexpected frosts in the early fall or late spring can kill that new growth and prevent the plant from blooming. Frosts can also freeze ...

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How to Plant Perennial Geraniums


Perennial geraniums (Geranium spp.) also are called cranesbill geraniums. This hardy flower produces blooms for several weeks from early June through July. The flowers grow up to a quarter-size across in rose, pink, magenta, white ...

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How to Care for Hibiscus Plants


Hibiscus plants are available in both annual and perennial varieties. Some of the plants are low-growing, reaching heights of 2 feet tall while others grow up to 8 feet tall. The flowers also vary in ...

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How to Plant Columbine McKana Flowers


McKana’s Giant (Aquilegia x hybrida), a member of the Ranunculaceae family, is a hybrid columbine introduced in the mid-1950s. This perennial sports large, spiked blooms in shades of purple, pink, blue, burgundy and multi-colored pastel ...

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Propagation of Lily of the Valley Flowers


Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria magalis), also known as May Lily, Our Lady’s Tears, Male Lily, Lily Constancy, Jacob’s Ladder and Ladder-to-Heaven is a shade-loving plant found in wooded areas with filtered sunshine and consistent moisture. The plant ...

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How to Care for the Tropical Hibiscus


Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, more commonly known as tropical hibiscus, is a perennial flowering shrub prized for its large, colorful blossoms. Native to tropical Asia, hibiscus grows best in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 ...

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What Causes Brown Spots on Hydrangea Leaves?


The genus Hydrangea consists of several deciduous shrubs with showy flowers and green leaves. Some diseases, caused by fungi, result in brown spots developing on the leaves of these plants. Types According to the Alabama ...

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How to Breed Rosebud Geraniums


Geraniums are popular garden flowers that you can grow on sunny windowsills or window boxes as well as all over your yard. The rosebud variety of geraniums is doubled-flowered, making them look like little rosebuds ...

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How to Force an Easter Lily


Easter lilies naturally bloom in outdoor locations during the warm summer months of June and July. Forcing Easter lilies to bloom for the Easter season requires controlled growing conditions. The plants require vernalization, or cool ...

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