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Planning for a Succession of Blooms: A Regional Guide

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Discover strategies to keep a garden blooming spring through fall (and sometimes even winter!).

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Midwest Gardening: Flowers All Year Round

Plant an assortment of trees, shrubs, flower bulbs, and annual and perennial flowers, and you’ll have non-stop color—even through winter.

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Desert Gardening: Stretch Seasonal Interest

With its long warm season, the desert lets gardeners stretch bloom times from February through November. Here are favorite picks for lasting garden interest.

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Gulf Coast Gardening: Combine Four Plants for Year-Round Appeal

Grow camellias, azaleas, amaryllis and princess flowers together. By layering these plants, you can have blooms all year.

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Mid-Atlantic Gardening: Plant for Season-Long Color

Surround yourself with season-long color by planting perennials that bloom at different times of the year.

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Mountain Gardening: Ensure Lasting Color in the Garden

It takes a little planning to grow a long season of flowers in the Mountain region. Here are four ways to get started.

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Northeast Gardening: Blooms That Pop All Summer Long

With a little planning, you can have color in your Northeast garden the entire season.

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Northwest Gardening: Planting Waves of Color

Extend the blooming season in your garden. Combine clematis with shrubs, hellebores with summer perennials, and spring bulbs with trees and shrubs.

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Southeast Gardening: Enjoy Flowers All Year

While springtime in the South is always a flurry of blooms, with a little planning you can have flowers in other seasons too.

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South Central Gardening: Guaranteeing Successive Blooms

Learn how to achieve season-long color in your Texas or Oklahoma garden with plants that bloom in succession.

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Southern California Gardening: Have Flowers Every Day

Here in Southern California we have the joy of gardening every day of the year—and can always have flowers blooming.

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