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You may be surprised to learn that you already have some heirloom plants in your garden. Others, such as heirloom tomatoes, will be welcome additions.
Lilies can easily be grown in containers. The problem is that often lilies can grow to be quite tall; however, there are many dwarf varieties that are ideal for container gardening.
Martagon lilies are more commonly known as "Turk's cap" lilies and, despite their delicate appearance, are quite hardy.
Before the winter really sets in and the weather turns really cold, take care of some chores in your garden to ensure that it will be gorgeous in the spring.
Don't throw out that poinsettia that you purchased during the Christmas holidays once it has ceased to bloom! Save it for next year.
Almost anything can be turned into a container for plants. You just need to use your imagination.
LA hybrid lilies are recent additions to the lily world and are proving excellent choices for the garden.
Even though the blooms on your summer perennials are starting to fade, you can still have color in your landscape with some great fall-blooming perennials.
You can use containers to display fall flowers in their prime and bring color to your front porch or entryway.
If you want some flowers in your garden that will really catch anyone's eye, you cannot go wrong with the profusely blooming and fragrant Oriental lily.