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How to Deadhead your Cottage Garden Flowers for continuous bloom until first frost. It is so easy and rather relaxing. Take a morning walk in the garden with your pruners and Off with their Heads!

How to Deadhead your Cottage Garden Flowers for continuous bloom until first frost. It is so easy and rather relaxing. Take a morning walk in the garden with your pruners and Off with their Heads!

The green rose. This is gorgeous. My Mamaw had a rose like this for years when I was a kid. This is the first one I've seen like it since. They remind me of lemon lime!

The green rose. This is gorgeous. My Mamaw had a rose like this for years when I was a kid. This is the first one I've seen like it since. They remind me of lemon lime!

Agapathus- Agapanthus requires full sun and a fertile soil which should be moist rather than dry, but not boggy. They are fleshy-rooted plants that produce clumps of sword like foliage which dies back in winter to emerge again the following spring. Blooms lean toward the sun.

Agapathus- Agapanthus requires full sun and a fertile soil which should be moist rather than dry, but not boggy. They are fleshy-rooted plants that produce clumps of sword like foliage which dies back in winter to emerge again the following spring. Blooms lean toward the sun.

Agapathus- Agapanthus requires full sun and a fertile soil which should be moist rather than dry, but not boggy. They are fleshy-rooted plants that produce clumps of sword like foliage which dies back in winter to emerge again the following spring. Blooms lean toward the sun.

Agapathus- Agapanthus requires full sun and a fertile soil which should be moist rather than dry, but not boggy. They are fleshy-rooted plants that produce clumps of sword like foliage which dies back in winter to emerge again the following spring. Blooms lean toward the sun.

Agapathus- Agapanthus requires full sun and a fertile soil which should be moist rather than dry, but not boggy. They are fleshy-rooted plants that produce clumps of sword like foliage which dies back in winter to emerge again the following spring. Blooms lean toward the sun.

Agapathus- Agapanthus requires full sun and a fertile soil which should be moist rather than dry, but not boggy. They are fleshy-rooted plants that produce clumps of sword like foliage which dies back in winter to emerge again the following spring. Blooms lean toward the sun.