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Though temporary, potted mums last a long time with cool air and regular water.

Some may require repotting for roomier quarters after a good summer of growth.

Bulb-planting season gives gardeners the chance every fall to try something different and unusual in their landscapes.

This hardy annual will delight you in fall and spring.

A mild summer left fescue lawns in pretty good shape.

Some shrubs bring more than flowers to the garden

Joe-Pye weed brings smokey color to the late-summer garden.

Bring yellow to your garden with modern forms of this wildflower

Make your selections based on space, sun and shade

Start working on natural areas in spots where grass doesn’t perform

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