Techniques for a colorful garden when spring bloom ends

08/13/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Even though spring's flowering shrubs and tress no longer bloom by midsummer, the now monotonous-green plantings can still catch your eyes if you have variegated-leaf plants that have colorful streaks, stripes and spots, writes Bart Ziegler. These types of plants have become popular with gardeners looking for new ideas and can be found in specialized catalogs or nurseries.

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