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Rather than allowing a boggy area in your lawn to harbor nothing more than mud and mosquitoes, establish water-tolerant plants. Perennial flowers, ground covers, shrubs and even trees soak up excess ...

Plants to Soak Up Wet Spots on Your Lawn

Ferns grow from spores rather than from seeds. They are hardy plants with fronds, or fan-like leaf structures, which make them an attractive addition to home landscapes. Some varieties of ferns adapt .

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The Best Flowers for Wet Soil

Whether you grow a mophead, lacecap, peegee, or oakleaf type, give your hydrangea plenty of moisture to keep it happy and blooming well.

Plants That Can Grow in Water | Garden Guides

Plants That Can Grow in Water | Garden Guides

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Plants to Soak Up Wet Spots on Your Lawn

Rather than allowing a boggy area in your lawn to harbor nothing more than mud and mosquitoes, establish water-tolerant plants. Perennial flowers, ground covers, shrubs and even trees soak up excess .

Make the most of your yard’s wet areas by removing ailing plants and choose new ones that abide by wetness.

Turn your yard from swampy to swanky with these moisture-loving plants

Make the most of your yard’s wet areas by removing ailing plants and choosing new ones that abide by wetness.

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stepped path through lush woodland garden at the home of Jim Scott, on Lake Martin, Alabama.(these looks as wild as my yard ferns)

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How to Space a Privacy Fence Using Arborvitae Pyramidalis

Along the back fence Hedge with decorative flowers Skyrocket juniper or emerald arborvitae hedge or privacy screen with foundation-style plantings of peonies and .

For a plant that grows just a few inches tall, creeping Jenny, Lysimachia nummularia, packs a big punch of color. This ground-hugging perennial sports bright chartreuse foliage that will quickly carpet any wet area. The plant forms new roots at each leaf node as the plant crawls across the ground, so it doesn’t take long to spread through the garden. Creeping Jenny also develops small yellow flowers in the early summer. The leaves are the brightest when the plants are grown in full sun. It…

Perennials For Wet Soil

Turn low-lying damp spots in your landscape into a colorful flower border by selecting perennials that thrive in wet soil. Here are some of the best perennials you can grow in soggy situations. This is creeping jenny

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Although deer will eat almost any plant if they're hungry, they tend to leave Celtic Pride Siberian cypress alone. This evergreen shrub grows 1 to 3 feet tall and spreads 48 to 60 inches  Find groundcovers that stay green in winter with the experts at HGTV Gardens.

Groundcovers That Stay Green

~ EVERGREEN GROUND COVER Not all groundcovers are green in winter; some have burgundy, yellow or variegated colors. But these low-growing plants won't quit when the mercury drops.

11 Plants that Repel Flies

11 Plants that Repel Flies

11 Plants that Repel Flies. Don’t settle for ugly fly traps or hazardous chemicals; simply choose some plants that naturally repel flies. Here is a list of a few that can keep those pesky pests away!

Learn how to add whimsy to your garden to take away the boring blahs, and to make your garden a place people want to come back to!

15 Fabulous Ways To Add a Bit of Whimsy To Your Garden

15 Fabulous Ways To Add a Bit of Whimsy To Your Garden - Learn how to add whimsy to your garden to take away the boring blahs, and to make your garden a place people want to come back to!