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To help gardeners understand which plants will grow well for them, the entire USA has been segmented into ‘Plant Hardiness Zones’. Knowing your zone number is helpful when shopping for plants because:

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These Red Poppies Were the Envy of the Neighborhood!

Red Poppies

Red Poppies
Red poppies greet visitors out by the mailbox.

Red Poppies
Poppies create a flash of color against a lawn.

Southeastern Wildflowers
Here Ms. Hull has created a wildflower garden on top of an old in-ground storm cellar. She says the soil is poor there, but the wildflowers don’t care and bloom beautifully for her.

Our member, Vivian Eakes Hull, lives in a historic 1880s farmhouse in Hermitage, Tennessee, and enjoys the beautiful old-fashioned gardens she's created with Wildflower Seeds .

She grows beautiful garden flowers like Irises, too, and writes that people are always stopping by to take pictures--especially when the Red Poppies are in bloom. Her note says, "The seeds I bought from American Meadows have been gorgeous!"

Thanks, Vivian, for sharing your beautiful photos!

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