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Photos of John Gaydos' garden from 2009.

Photos from Kerry's garden throughout 2009.

This article covers the basics on using color in your garden bed. Learn how to create pleasing garden color schemes using flowers, foliage plants and more.

Learn the basic design principles, styles and plant layouts for garden beds.

Read about the Dallas Arboretums Plant of the Month.

Mulch is any kind of material applied to the soil surface for protection or aesthetic improvement of the area covered.

Apply an organic mulch on most established ornamental plants in mid-spring when the soil has warmed sufficiently for active root growth.

A landscape filled with mature, vigorous plants is the dream we all have when we plant perennials. Where they settle in happily, they thrive and multiply, and are ready to be divided after a few years. Here are some tips on how to divide and transplant perennials successfully. 

Try something new! Use this step-by-step guide to create your very own herb garden grown indoors.

Whether they're used to spruce up a party, your home, or given as a gift, the versatility of potted plants make them the ultimate living centerpiece!

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