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Vibrant, vigorous and unusual, edible amaranth is a garden star summer through fall.
Sweet-scented, well-mannered fothergilla shines in shrub borders and perennial beds, too.
You’ll dig the sweet taste of easy-to-grow parsnips.
This hardy, clinging vine isn’t fussy—and its fall color is stunning!
Yes, you can grow apples! You don’t need as much space as you might think.
Sow seeds for China aster every spring for much-needed late-season color—and an abundance of excellent cut flowers.
Carefree and reliably perennial, Rubellum Group hardy mums add delight to fall gardens.
Easier to grow than cacti—and a lot less prickly—this succulent shines as a houseplant.
Looking for a dramatic upright accent in your flower garden or containers? Try wheat celosia.
Cheerful, unfussy and floriferous, this native perennial emits a wild and wonderful charm.