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Cultivating the beauty of late-summer gardens

By Ellen C. Wells
Globe Correspondent / August 21, 2008

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While the days shorten and the nights begin to cool, it's nice to know the late-summer garden can offer up some of the finest flowers of the season. With a snip and a tuck, those blooms can easily be brought inside to transform a favorite window or table with the colors and fragrances of summer's waning days. (Full article: 543 words)

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