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Known as annual flowers, they bloom throughout one growing season then wither off. They usually don’t look identical to their parent plant.

Truth be told, herbs are one of the most profitable harvests farmers can yield from their crops. But, the nurturing process can be challenging.

Creating your garden can be one of the most rewarding and beautiful things to accomplish in your life. You just need the right tips to get started!

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Blue Flowers That Will Beautify Any Garden

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Self-Sowing Flower Recommendations And Care Tips

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Step-by-step Guide to Growing Sunflowers

Imagine yourself immersed in a field of beautiful yellow sunflowers. Besides their sheer beauty, sunflowers have many practical uses. They can be used as amazing gifts: you can put them in flower bouquets, harvest their tasty sunflower seeds as part of your afternoon snack, and

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The Novice’s Guide to Farming Lavender

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The Whys and Hows of Rose Pruning

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