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Colorful plants

Add a burst of color to your space with these vibrant and colorful plants. Explore top ideas to create a lively and inviting atmosphere in your home or garden.
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One of the boldest houseplants around, croton offers fabulous foliage marked with bright yellow, orange, red, and even near black. These eye-catching plants add a tropical touch to indoor décor or make a dramatic focal point as a seasonal plant outdoors during the growing season. Learn more about this Asian plant distantly related to poinsettia in this article…

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Wondering how and when to divide your hostas? We have the answers! Divide every 3-4 years in spring, summer or fall (although late summer is the best time). Dig up your entire hosta and you will notice the individual plants; look for the crowns, and then divide the clumps. Finally, you should replant your hosta divisions and water well. Hosta Plants, Shade Plants, Garden Plants, Jardins D'hostas, Hosta Varieties, Hardy Perennials, Plantation, Shade Garden, Dream Garden

Wondering how and when to divide your hostas? We have the answers! Divide every 3-4 years in spring, summer or fall (although late summer is the best time). Dig up your entire hosta and you will notice the individual plants; look for the crowns, and then divide the clumps. Finally, you should replant your hosta divisions and water well.

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