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When adding trees to your landscape this fall, think about good autumn color

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

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