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All About Flower Seeds

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Ed note: Spotts Garden Service is thrilled to be launching a new endeavor this year: slow flowers grown on our own flower farm! A subscription for biweekly bouquets delivered to your door will be available to our customers in Indianapolis.

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Top 5 Kitchen Garden Flowers

As you’re planning your kitchen garden this year, be sure to add some flowers! Brilliantly colored flowers are a perfect accent to the greens, purples, and reds common in the vegetable garden. Our top 5 all have a use besides

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Harvest Decor from the Garden

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Even in November, the organic garden has plenty to offer. If you’re looking for a pretty (and inexpensive) way to decorate the Thanksgiving table, take a stroll through your garden to harvest decor.

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Sunflower Days

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A sure sign of late summer is the appearance of sunflower heads—both in gardens and on door wreaths! With their radiant color and sun-disc shape, sunflowers just seem to go with the hazy days of late summer. While sunflowers may

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Top 10 Cutting Flowers for the Small Garden

Cutting Flowers in the Small Garden: 'William Shakespeare' rose and 'May Night' salvia are an early-summer knockout.

Back in the days of grand estates (and probably still at Martha Stewart’s home), gardeners created an out-of-the-way spot dedicated to cutting flowers for bouquets. It’s a genius idea, really. Instead of denuding your peony border or rose garden, you

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