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Annual Gardens
Annual gardens burst forth with flowers from spring until fall. Plant annuals if you want lots of non-stop color in your garden. With some deadheading, weeding, and the usual watering, you can keep your annuals healthy and happy.
Bulb Gardens
Bulb flowers require some maintenance, but they reward your efforts with stunning spring flowers. Divide bulbs at the end of their blooming cycle to get them ready for next year's show.
Container Gardens
Container gardens are perfect for beginning gardeners and for small spaces. You can grow a mix of flowers and foliage in containers. Or you can devote a container to herbs or specialty plants such as roses or orchids.
Herb Gardens
Gardeners and cooks can combine their hobbies in an herb garden. Many common cooking herbs, both perennials and annuals, are easy to grow out in the garden or in window planters. Next time you're whipping up a batch of pesto or herbed chicken, your home-grown herbs will be ready to go.
Perennial Gardens
Perennials add beauty to your garden year after year, returning from one spring to the next with flowers and greenery. Perennials generally bloom just once during the growing season, but some can also be planted for their decorative leaves.
Rock Gardens
A successful rock garden mimicks an alpine mountainside, complete with rough-hewn rocks, mountain flowers and foliage, and perhaps even a waterfall. Rock gardens are perfect for sloped areas in your lawn that would be hard to mow if covered with grass.

Many houses have yards with steep banks or areas of irregular terrain that may be used for a rock garden. A rock garden is an ideal way to stop soil erosion while creating an appealing landscape feature. The most attractive rock gardens are those with a natural setting that blend with a pile of stones on level ground. A hillside with a rocky outcrop is ideal.
Rose Gardens
Everyone's favorite flower has inspired gardeners and poets alike for centuries. It's no wonder so many gardeners devote entire gardens to cultivating this delicate yet stunning plant. With so many colors and types of roses to choose from, you can find the right roses to suite any tastes.
Shade Gardens
Some areas of your yard just can't escape the shade. In northern exposures or under the shelter of a large shade tree, many flowers and grass just won't thrive. Fear not -- there are many shade-loving flowers, vines, and ground covers for gardeners to choose from, brightening up those shadowy spots.
Water Gardens
There was a time when installing a water garden was an expensive and complicated procedure requiring professional expertise. New materials have changed the landscape for water gardens - using flexible liners or preformed pool, anyone can plan and plant their own water garden.
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