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  • Stream Cliff Herb Farm

    A lily blooms at Stream Cliff Herb Farm in Commiskey, Indiana. Beautifully landscaped Stream Cliff is home to both a tearoom and winery.

  • Tulip time

    Tulips bloom in profusion at The Lamplight Inn Bed and Breakfast in Berlin, Ohio.


  • Silverbell beauty

    Delicate, bell-shape white flowers bloom on Silverbell (Halesia Carolina) in an Illinois garden.

  • University of Illinois Arboretum

    Learn about plants and enjoy nature's beauty at the University of Illinois Arboretum in Urbana, Illinois.

  • Prairie flowers

    Prairie flowers brighten the South Dakota plains.

  • Bright zinnia

    Seed Savers Exchange in Decorah, Iowa, preserves heritage seeds for flowers such as this zinnia.


  • Sign of spring

    The two-tone 'Bravoure' daffodil features snow-white petals around a bright yellow stovepipe trumpet.


  • Heavenly hydrangeas

    Vases hold cloudlike blooms of hydrangeas: Blushing Bride (white) and Cityline Berlin (pink, in two stages).


  • Longenecker Horticultural Gardens

    More than 170 varieties of crab apples grow at the Longenecker Horticultural Gardens at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

  • Pinkshell Azalea

    This lovely variety of azalea (Rhododendron vaseyi) blooms with trusses of four to eight funnel-shape, rose pink-to-white flowers.

  • Splash of color

    Daffodils such as these 'Gracious Lady' flowers bloom in early spring, despite chilly temps.


  • Beautiful bulbs

    Triumph tulip 'Blue Base' is one of more than 100 types at the Missouri Botanical Gardens in St. Louis.


  • Tower of flowers

    Dazzling blooms and surprising hues give sunflowers real flower power.


  • Foam Flower

    With tiny flowers on tall stalks, Foam Flower (Tiarella) makes a good woodland groundcover.

  • Woodland color

    Heart-shape flowers dangle on the fernlike greenery of Bleeding Heart (Dicentra).

  • Big bloomers

    With large, blousy blooms that can be seen from across the yard, Japanese irises (such as 'Tideline') will bring a burst of color to your Midwest garden.


  • Dazzling dahlias

    The 'Ben Huston' dahlia is one of more than 50,000 varieties of this easy-to-grow flower.


  • Bottles of blooms

    Clear-glass containers in a variety of shapes and sizes show off sprigs of lavender.


  • Oakleaf hydrangea

    'Vaughn's Lillie' oakleaf hydrangea sports 10- to 12-inch white flowers that turn pink or brown in fall.


  • Shade-loving rhodies

    The Helen S. Layer Rhododendron Garden at The Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, Ohio, grows more than 500 cultivated varieties, including Rhododendron 'Nova Zembla'.

  • Fragrant lavender

    Beautiful, fragrant lavender is native to hot, dry Mediterranean climates but adapts to the Midwest.


  • Blooms for picking

    Pink snapdragons and black-eyed Susans grow near the Lake Michigan shore at Omena Cut Flowers, north of Suttons Bay, Michigan.


  • Lovely lilacs

    Lilac flower clusters, studded with tiny florets, burst with fresh-blown hues in white, violet, blue, lilac, pink, magenta and purple.


  • Butterfly attraction

    A butterfly hovers near phlox, one of many nectar plants that will draw butterflies to your garden.

  • Summer bloomers

    Purple-gray Russian sage flourishes even in the heat of summer, rising 3 to 5 feet tall.


  • Spring's favorite perfume

    With their sweet scent, luscious pastel blooms, and delicate, heart-shape leaves, lilacs are the perfect bloom to snip for a bouquet for yourself or someone you love.


  • Bucket of cheer

    Daffodils light up landscapes, blooming in shades of white, cream, yellow, orange and light pink.


  • Fragrant understory

    Tall trees at The Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, Ohio, offer the shade rhododendrons love and tower over varieties such as 'Blue Peter'.


  • Blooming branches

    Crabapple trees offer a season-spanning show, with fragrant sprays of white or pink petals in spring, shade during the summer, and clusters of bright yellow, orange or red fruits that can last through winter.


  • Brilliant sunflowers

    Field of sunflowers are a common sight across North Dakota in mid to late summer. North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota grow more than 85 percent of the U.S. crop.

  • Bayfield lupines

    Spiky magenta lupines are the signature flower of Bayfield, Wisconsin, where gardening flourishes in this Superior-warmed Zone 4 pocket.


  • Clifty Falls wildflowers

    Blue phlox bloom in the spring at Indiana's Clifty Falls State Park.


  • Double color

    'Crested Surf' Japanese irises have six falls (large hanging petals), each with a triangular yellow "signal" in the center.


  • Field of flowers

    Daisy-like black-eyed Susans are easy to grow, require little maintenance and make great cut flowers.


  • Drifts of color

    Captivating drifts of white, yellow, orange, magenta and purple rhododendrons bloom alongside wide walking paths at the The Holden Arboretum's 20-acre rhododendron collection 20 miles northeast of Cleveland.


  • Botanica, Wichita

    Wichita's Botanica gardens, open year-round, feature more than 4,000 species of plants on 17 acres. 

  • Fall bloomers

    Light-sensitive mums begin to produce flowers as the days grow shorter, typically blooming from mid-August until fall frosts.


  • Easy roses

    Shrub roses, such as the 'Yellow Submarine', offer low-maintenance options for Midwest gardeners.


  • Redbuds in bloom

    Redbuds show off their spring colors at Indiana's Clifty Falls State Park.


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