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  1. From the Himalayas to the Rockies, from the Andes to the Alps. Alpine plants grow on the top of the world and include a huge range of plant families and they grow in some of the most beautiful and wildest places on earth. In a rock garden, trough or alpine house, some easy to cultivate, some very difficult. Their beauty is astounding.

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  2. This is the place to come to ask plant questions, make suggestions, offer comments, and share concerns dealing with annuals or perennials. You may even wish to show plant combinations to inspire us.

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  3. Lacy, clover-like foliage and nodding flowers in a variety of colors from pastels to deep purples make this woodland plant a must for any garden.

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  4. All types of Bonsai, including flowering types. This forum is dedicated to Kath known to us as Fbonsailady, for her dedication and help to understanding Bonsai gardening.

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  5. Early Spring bulbs, Summer blooming bulbs, Autumn flowering bulbs, even indoor Winter blooming bulbs...all delight us.

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  6. The International Camellia Society describes growing camellias is dangerous. You may become addicted. Among all exotic flowering shrubs, camellias are very easy to cultivate. Color ranges from white to dark red with all shades in between, even striped or mottled, and recently yellow.

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  7. Hundreds of clematis species and cultivars are available today. Spanning the seasons, some are popular proven delights, others are rare and choice. Share your beauties here.

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  8. Cyclamen offers such beauty to the garden with their foliage and flowers. Come share in discussions, ask your questions and post your pictures to entice others to learn more about these plants.

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  9. Dahlias are easy to grow and one of the most beautiful and under rated flowers. A place to post pictures and learn just about anything you want to know about growing dahlias. This topic is dedicated to a man who gave so much of his life to the Dahlia community. May you alway remember Bernie Mandella.

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  10. Hemerocallis are easy to grow plants. These hardy beauties come in a wide range of sizes and colors to fit many a summer garden scheme.

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  11. So many wonderful fruits and vegetables can be tried in the kitchen garden. Some are so beautiful that they can share space in the perennial border as well.

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  12. Two types of geraniums can be discussed here. The first is the tender perennial plant known as pelargonium. Second are the hardy perennial geraniums, sometimes called cranesbill. These come in a wide variety of colors and sizes and are wonderful additions to your garden.

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  13. Hellebores bring welcome sparks of relief from the dull days of winter in the garden. These are among the toughest perennials, often blooming in snow. They come in a huge variety of colors and forms

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  14. The ornamental value of herbs would be reason enough to include them in your garden because they can be used as groundcovers as well as fillers. They have interesting textures and foliage. They can be used for culinary purposes, for fragrant sachets and for medicinal purposes.

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  15. Every year more of these gorgeous foliaged plants appear on the market. Some have tall long lasting blooms while others are mainly used for their beautiful textured leaves. Some of the leaves are burgundy, others dark green, pale green, silver...and more!

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  16. The Hosta phenomenon has taken over! Everyone has become interested in these wonderful plants in recent years, even those who thought they didn't care for them. Why? Because of the fantastic colors and textures that have been created and suit even more than shady areas.

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  17. For some of us indoor gardening occupies many months when we cannot work outdoors. Share your indoor beauties with us here, whether common or exotic!

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  18. Gardenbuddies can come here to ask questions, make suggestions and comments on Irises in the garden. Anything from the depth of planting to pollinating.

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  19. When in flower one of the most beautiful and spectacular plants on earth. A wide variety of species including Cymbidiums and Cattleyas.

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  20. Peonies are very hardy and their flowers help fill the lull between spring blooms and the roses and clematis of summer. The beauty of herbaceous varieties is surpassed only by that of the tree peonies. These are amongst the showiest flowers in the garden.

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  21. A place for waterplants, fish keeping and building waterfeatures. Show off and talk about your ponds, waterlilies and plants.

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  22. Historically the rose has been the flower closest to the human heart, the symbol of love and beauty.

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  23. Once upon a time we were aghast when confronted by shade gardening conditions. Now we seek them out because of the wealth of divine foliage and flowers available. Share your treasures with us here!

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  24. Shrubs and Trees offer great color in a garden whether because of their flowers, foliage or fruit. Low, medium or tall; early, mid-season or late in fall they offer endless possibilities.

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  25. A succulents forum for Aloes, Gasterias, Haworthias, Sedums, Echeverias, Sempervivums, Cacti, Monadeniums, Pachypodiums, Agave, Aeoniums, succulent pelargoniums, caudiform plants, and the like.

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  26. Let's go tropical - For inside and/or outside growers. Discuss and post photos of your tropical plants.

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  27. These climbing plants not only bring beauty and charm to your garden, but can help you cover that ugly fence or shed. Annual or perennial, there is a vine for every location.

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