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Brighton Park Iris first started as a private, non-commercial garden located in the Chicago neighborhood of Brighton Park in 2004, although I had been collecting Iris since 1992. Living in the city, it's needless to say that my gardening space is limited. Yet, I still find it amazing how everything is able to fit within the boundaries of my 35' x 125' city lot....
PlantXing (Plant Crossing, or Plant Zing for short) is a magazine devoted to bringing readers fresh information about the areas where humans and plants intersect. While plants visually color and fill out the backdrop of life, their importance to human existence goes well beyond decoration.
The USDA provides leadership on food, agriculture, natural resources, and related issues based on sound public policy, the best available science, and efficient management. Follow this link to view the most current plant hardiness zone map for the United States.
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