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Golden Pothos Houseplant

Golden Pothos is one of the easiest houseplants to grow. It’s also known as devil’s ivy or money plant.

Photo By: Costa Farms at CostaFarms.com

Purple Basil In Flower

Purple and green basil serve as ornamental plants in the garden, especially when harvest is complete and plants burst into bloom.

Photo By: Julie Martens Forney

Prairie Blazing Star

Prairie blazing star, Liatris pycnostachya, is the tallest liatris. Its flower stems grow 3 to 4 feet tall and burst into bloom in late summer. It’s a favorite of bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

Photo By: Julie Martens Forney

Prairie Blazing Star Stems

Prairie blazing star, Liatris pycnostachya, rises in the garden border in early spring, its tall stems unfurling like dancing cobras. It’s a great plant for a pollinator or wildlife garden and adds texture to plantings.

Photo By: Julie Martens Forney

Salvia Farinacea With Native Bee

Annual blue salvia (Salvia farinacea) is a favorite among bees and butterflies.

Photo By: Julie Martens Forney

Purple Basil Flower

Purple basil flowers attract pollinators, including flower flies, also known as hoverflies.

Photo By: Julie Martens Forney

Millenium Allium With Bees

Discover the beauty of the ornamental onion ‘Millenium.’ It’s a sterile hybrid, which means it won’t make seed and take over in the garden. The oniony smell makes it unattractive to deer or rabbits.

Photo By: Julie Martens Forney

Bumble Bee On Coneflower

Bumble bees and other pollinators love cut leaf coneflower, Rudbeckia ‘Herbstonne,’ which means Autumn Sun.

Photo By: Julie Martens Forney

Deck Stairs With LED Lighting

High-efficiency LED lighting on timers reduces electricity usage, while the mounting locations eliminate light pollution.

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Use Seasonal Fresh Blueberries in a No-Fuss Rustic Crostada

Blueberry crostada is an easy way to enjoy the flavor of a pie without all the work.

Photo By: Debbie Wolfe