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American Garden Award Winners!

After five months of voting by gardeners throughout the United States and Canada, the 2014 American Garden Award Winners have been announced. Check out these new beauties!

The Oh-So Handsome Serbian Spruce

Though not the best known spruce, Serbian spruce is certainly one of the most handsome.

Fragrant and Fabulous: Paperwhite Narcissus

You can easily enjoy an early taste of spring by growing paperwhite narcissus indoors (they can also be grown outdoors for spring bloom in very warm zones). These tender bulbs require no chilling period so they can be potted up from October through February for a constant procession of blooms.

Ruby-Crowned Kinglet Weighs Less Than a Dime

This tiny songbird, which weighs less than a dime, is about the size of our largest North American hummingbirds. It is an energetic little package, flicking its wings as it hunts for tiny insects, spiders, bug eggs, and larvae.

The Joy of Jade

Jade plant grows outdoors as a handsome succulent shrub in its native South Africa and other warm, dry, frost-free locations. But most of us know it as an easy-to-grow houseplant that looks like a miniature tree.

Clivia Charms With Its Bright Winter Blooms

Many gardeners know that the winter doldrums can be eased with flowering houseplants, and clivia is one of the best choices.

Garden Basics: Bringing in the Garden

If your houseplants spent the summer outside or if you want to overwinter special tropicals, follow these tips to keep your plants happy until spring.