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With their huge flower heads and eye-catching colors, it’s no surprise hydrangeas are easy to love. Use these gardening tips to encourage your hydrangea plants to produce even more gorgeous hydrangea blooms throughout the summer and into fall. #gardening #hydrangeacare #tips #howtogrowhydrangeas #bhg
A few strongly scented bug-repelling plants have the ability to send pesky biting bugs like mosquitoes and flies packing. Grow these naturally insect-repelling species to help make your garden and backyard bug-free. #gardening #gardentips #bugrepellingplants #bugfreegarden #bhg
Are you searching for a drought-tolerant native flower that blooms from spring to late fall? Then consider the heat-loving blackfoot daisy. It’s not choosy about soil and is resistant to pests, deer, and diseases. You will love its cheerful white flowers and low, rounded form. Read more now on Gardener’s Path. #flowers #droughttolerant #gardenerspath
Cerulean, azure, navy, peacock - all are beautiful, bold colors that aren't often displayed amongst the flora in our flower beds. Want to add an unexpected splash of blue to the garden? Try native blue wildflowers. Learn all about 11 of our favorites now on Gardener's Path. #nativeplants #wildflowers #gardenerspath
Whether planted as a crop or a roadside attraction, sunflowers are a popular summer backdrop for photo shoots and extravagant proposals alike because of their impressive stature and eye-catching golden petals. Luckily, there are sunflower fields stretching as far as the eye can see across every region in the U.S., and many of them are must-see destinations. #sunflowerfields #staycations #safetravelideas #bhg