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You don’t have to be gung-ho at journal keeping to maintain a simple record of your garden.

Leadwort is often overlooked when selecting plants for flower beds, but its beautiful blue blooms are worth cultivating.

Bearded irises benefit from division with better blooms

Calm down the riot of color with Russian sage.

Black-eyed Susans are among the easiest, most reliable perennials.

Propagate some memories with plants.

Make plans for your garden to thrive while you vacation

Many kinds of bright flowers will bring butterflies to your garden.

A soaker hose will put the water right in the root zone, where it is needed most.

A few additions of tough flowers should turn your garden from spring to summer

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Nancy Brachey
Nancy Brachey writes about gardening for The Charlotte Observer's weekly Home & Garden section.