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Fourth of July Plant, Spigelia marilandica

Spigelia marilandica is spectacular every Fourth of July – A living Sparkler. If you have a few hours of good sun somewhere, this beautiful and tough plant will return each year, bringing in Hummingbirds for the festivities. It will give you its amazing display for quite a while, and if you trim it after flowering, […]

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Long Blooming Plants, and how to make them Longer Blooming Plants: Zone 5

Tricks to Keep Plants Long Blooming 1.  Use Various Exposures If a long blooming kind of plant is sited in various locations, it can have an ultra long flowering season. If any given kind of plant can thrive in a range of exposures, and you put some in a shadier and some in a sunnier […]

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Long Blooming Vines: Loniceras

Long Blooming VinesSome Favorite Honeysuckles If you find a place in each view for one or more kinds of the longest blooming plants, and build your landscape pictures to complement their colors and character, your beds can nearly always be freshly beautiful. These enthusiastic, long flowering Loniceras are tough and reliable, contributing substantially through the […]

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