This undated photo provided by The Home Depot shows camelia japonica, which yields a beautiful magenta/pink dye. Planting natural dye gardens is becoming a popular pursuit for those with green thumbs, as well as artists who work in various mediums.
This undated photo provided by The Home Depot shows camelia japonica, which yields a beautiful magenta/pink dye. Planting natural dye gardens is becoming a popular pursuit for those with green thumbs, as well as artists who work in various mediums. AP
This undated photo provided by The Home Depot shows camelia japonica, which yields a beautiful magenta/pink dye. Planting natural dye gardens is becoming a popular pursuit for those with green thumbs, as well as artists who work in various mediums. AP

Planting a natural dye garden can be easy and inexpensive

May 19, 2017 6:30 AM