Contributed by Wendy Dessler
Today, most home gardeners plant their gardens with wildflower mixtures that grow well and produce vibrant colors in their gardens. While that is perfectly acceptable, it is possible to plant usable flowers in your garden. Many of us like to know what a plant can do for us. Whether or not we use the natural remedies of nature is up to us. But it stands as a great and meaningful conversation about our flower beds.
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