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Grow your own apples and you can enjoy crisp, juicy fruit harvested fresh from the tree. About This Plant Apples require a fair amount of patience and planning. If you want a choice crop, you’ll have to control insects, diseases, and other pests, keep an eye on the...
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Ornamental Onions

You’ll know these pretty plants are in the onion family from the mildly pungent odor of their leaves when cut, but they certainly won’t bring tears to your eyes! The many species and cultivars of these easy-to-grow plants add color to the flower garden from spring through fall....
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The jewels of the spring bulb garden, tulips are available in a huge range of flower shapes, sizes, and colors. About This Plant From stately formal plantings to naturalized woodland areas, there’s a type of tulip for every garden setting. Tulips grow best in areas with cold winters,...
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Stars of the perennial border, summer-flowering lilies are tall, colorful, majestic, and sometimes very fragrant, depending on the species. About This Plant With huge, trumpet-shaped flowers borne on tall stems, lilies in full bloom are the focal point of any perennial garden. Numerous types are available with flower...
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The intoxicating scent and vibrant colors of hyanciths make them a favorite spring-flowering bulb. About This Plant Favored for their intense colors and heady fragrance, hyacinths are a staple of the spring garden along with daffodils and tulips. The plants’ stately appearance makes them prized in formal bulb...
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A classic cut flower, gladiolus produces tall flower spikes adorned with large, showy flowers. Often relegated to the cutting garden, gladiolus also suits the back of the border where the tall flowers can complement bushier plants. About This Plant Gladiolus are available with flowers in a huge range...
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