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I Love Marble Queen Pothos

Name: In part of the world this plant is called Scindapsus aureus. In North America it’s either Epipremnum pinnatum or Epipremnum aureus. Most of us just call it pothos. Or golden pothos, taro vine or silver vine. No matter what you call it, this is an easy to grow houseplant and I love the variegated

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I Love Hydrangea Pinky Winky

Name: Hydrangea paniculata ‘Dvppinky’ aka Pinky Winky Hydrangea

Type of Plant: This is a very hardy shrub that flowers in mid-to-late summer and into fall. The large flowers are cone-shaped, a bit lacy and totally upright. A trouble free shrub that’s hardy in Zones 3-8.

Why I love This: Pinky Winky not only has flowers

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I Love Verbascum Chaixii – aka nettle-leaved mullein

Name: Verbascum chaixii aka nettle-leaved mullein

Type of Plant: A biennial that sometimes only lasts a year and other times might live three years, this plant self-seeds around the garden. The straight species has spires of yellow flowers, and the variety ‘Album’ has white blossoms…both have purple stamens which add to the charm of the

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Different Strokes for Different Folks

Recently when I spoke at a garden club I listened to the flower show judge comment on the various arrangements that members had brought in. Her comments were about how the displays would be judged in a formal flower show, of course…we are all free to put flowers together in any manner we want at

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I Love Helianthus ‘Lemon Queen’

Name: Helianthus ‘Lemon Queen’

Type of Plant: A tall perennial sunflower that’s hardy in zones 4-9.

Why I Love This: This perennial is large, showy, and a butterfly magnet. It flowers in mid to late summer for about two months, is sturdy and never needs staking, and grows well in most soils. ‘Lemon Queen’ grows

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