Reblog…How to Grow Butterfly Bush (Buddleja davidii) — Gardening Channel

By Matt Gibson The butterfly bush is a lovely deciduous shrub with hefty masses of flowers in the form of long, pointed trusses ranging from white to pink, lavender and deep purple. The fast-growing, low-maintenance shrub is hardy to USDA zones five through nine and is a great addition to your garden, especially if you… How […]

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Reblog…How to Grow Costmary Herb (Tanacetum balsamita) — Gardening Channel

By Matt Gibson Costmary is a delightfully fragrant and ornamental perennial herb that smells and tastes like spearmint with a hint of eucalyptus. It’s long, thin, serrated leaves are rounded, but narrow, and greenish-grey. In the spring and summer, it displays clusters of small, white or yellow disc-shaped flowers that are very reminiscent of tansies.… How […]

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Reblog…How to Grow Marjoram (Origanum majorana) — Gardening Channel

By Matt Gibson Marjoram is an easy-to-grow, flavorful, and aromatic herb. Finding room for a marjoram plant or two in your kitchen garden comes with a few perks. Not only will it be a welcome addition to your future culinary endeavors, marjoram plants also attract butterflies, and other beneficial insects, is an excellent companion plant,… How […]

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