Top 10 Native Plants for Your Michigan Garden: Bee Balm

What Should you Plant in Your Michigan Garden?

Plant hardiness map info, including a link to the site that will tell you your zone by ZIP code. I always thought I was a zone 5 girl, but guess what? 6b!

What plants will grow in your neighborhood? New Michigan map shows latest garden zones

Plant hardiness map info, including a link to the site that will tell you your zone by ZIP code. I always thought I was a zone 5 girl, but guess what?

Creeping Phlox. my favorite plant.  Just plant and it grows and grows and grows.  Such a pretty garden carpet.

Smells like cannabis Creeping Phlox. my favorite plant. Just plant and it grows and grows and grows. Such a pretty garden carpet.

Michigan Backyard Gardener - Companion Planting

Companion Planting Chart : find your crop in the left column then look to find good companions and bad companions. (Link is bad, but chart is readable)

Top 10 Native Plants for Your Michigan Garden: Joe Pye Weed

What Should you Plant in Your Michigan Garden?

Top 10 Native Plants for Your Michigan Garden with info about benefits, labor saving, reduction of pests and weeds, and support of natural habitats.

Butterfly Weed is one of the many species of flowers native to Michigan. Find out what other summer blooming native plants you can include in your garden today!

Are you a Michigan resident? How about using some beautiful summer blooming Michigan native flowers in your landscape, they offer a variety of benefits to the environment and your wallet.

Top 10 Native Plants for Your Michigan Garden: Columbine

What Should you Plant in Your Michigan Garden?

Best ornamental grasses for Midwest gardens.

Best Ornamental Grasses for Midwest Gardens

Best ornamental grasses for the Midwest. Ornamental grasses add easy, airy beauty to Midwest gardens.

What to plant in zone 6b

Finding Your Plant Hardiness Zone and Garden Planning

Create a Faux Rock Garden on a Hillside or Berm | State-by-State Gardening Web Articles

Steeply sloped areas don’t have to be ‘trouble spots.’ Hillsides can be turned into gorgeous rock gardens

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