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Natural dye garden can be easy, inexpensive

Plant hibiscus, marigolds for lovely shades

This undated photo provided by The Home Depot shows blue hibiscus, or Alyogyne, which is a good option to grow if you want to harvest a rich purple dye. Planting natural dye gardens is becoming a popular pursuit for those with green thumbs, as well as artists who work in various mediums. (The Home Depot via AP)

This undated photo provided by The Home Depot shows blue hibiscus, or Alyogyne, which is a good option to grow if you want to harvest a rich purple dye. Planting natural dye gardens is becoming a popular pursuit for those with green thumbs, as well as artists who work in various mediums. (The Home Depot via AP)