Armitage's Garden Perennials: Second Edition, Fully Revised

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Description: A "miracle" breakthrough in Heuchera breeding! Grasses give you great texture, form, color, and motion in the wind. This architectural plant is suitable for several situations including city and courtyard gardens, gravel gardens, coastal or cottage/informal gardens and prairie gardens. I was so worried that the callas wouldn’t be delivered on time…and that I’d have no time to ready them for transport. The dark golden center brightens to white gold by midsummer. Great in floral arrangements, used fresh or dried!

Rodale's Illus Ency of Perenni

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Dense wands of cherry-pink flowers rebloom all summer over yellow-lime leaves covered with a white veil. Look for sulphurs, whites, and swallowtails once this one flowers. Light colored stem produces large, medium green pinnate leaves that turn rich shades of yellow and orange with splashes of pink in the fall. Perennial • 4-12 inches • Shade to part sun • Moist, rich soil • Blooms late May to early June • Habitat: Rich, moist deciduous woods The leaves of this Violet are heart shaped, about as broad as long and downy hairy beneath.

The Poinsettia Manual

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Sun tolerant in moist soil. 24-48 inches. In general, plants that require "full sun" need at least six hours of direct sun daily. "Part sun" or "part shade" plants flourish where periods of direct sun alternate with periods of shade, or where sunlight is filtered or dappled, for example, beneath overhead branches. "Full shade" describes a spot where direct sun never penetrates. Clusters of purplish-pink flowers appear in spring, then continue off and on until fall.

1001 Perennials

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I missed so much of it and let my garden run wild on it's own. That's why, our team at Captain Lax try to offer the best possible service. D. purpurea is a self-seeding biennial that remains in the garden much like hollyhock. S. spectabile 'Neon' - Blue green foliage. Bright bubblegum pink flowers Aug-Sept. 15-18 in. A dwarf form of this wonderful foliage plant with lovely deep lobed leaves and pink flowers in early spring.

Daylilies: The Perfect Perennial

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They produce an abundance of single, 1"-2" funnel shaped flowers with five flared and flattened petals. Blue flowers cover the thick large spike making a dramatic autumn showing. Arizona lesson to heart and with the assistance of the Roberts 54 court. That's a shame because many flowers are edible in addition to bringing lively flavors, colors, and textures to salads, soups, casseroles, and other dishes. Geranium cantabrigiense ‘Biokovo’ Pinkish-white blossoms, red foliage in fall.

Gardening with Perennials

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Starry flowers on dark reddish stems in early spring followed by pinwheels of reddish seed pods in fall. Sun. 'Evening Drama' Bicolor Iris – Fragrant white flowers with dark purple falls blooms in mid-season, 36" tall. 'Helen Cochran' Ruffled white & yellow flowers. Bugle weed (Ajuga reptans) forms a dense carpet in areas where the soil is consistently moist. Quickly builds up to present a bold splash of deep blue at front to mid border. Treat the base of the cutting with a root stimulant.

Tall Bearded Iris, Fleur-De-Lis: A Flower Of Songs (1922)

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Yes After flowering, the plant becomes more open & cutting back will keep the plant neat, but you’ll lose the attractive seed pods. Blue “forget-me-not”-like flowers on wispy panicles in spring. 4-6 in. (Zone 5) Bright gold foliage forms low-growing clump. Glossy leaves hide Wild Ginger High Shade-Part small red flowers. The fruiting stems can be cut and used in flower arrangements or dried. The foliage is 3 to 4 inches long, pubescent, and parallel-veined. A wonderful guide to growing chrysanthemums.

Saving Container Plants: Overwintering Techniques for

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A nicely textured, medium sized Hosta with blue-green leaves and white margins. Because its means of reproducing itself is primarily from seeds, an annual makes as many seed-producing flowers as it can. Geum x 'Alabama Slammer' PPAF The Cocktail Geums, Hybrid Avens Zone: 5-8 Okay, now does this just have to be the best name ever! Hardy perennials can live through the winter without protection. These voracious legged worms come in many sizes and colors. Shade-Part yellow and red in May and June.

Perennial Garden Plants -or- The Modern Florilegium -

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In early spring, short spikes of blue flowers appear. boreale ‘Heavenly Habit’ Blue flowers with clear yelloweye on compact 12" plants. Another consideration is where are you going to put these things? Zinnias should be planted after the last frost, and they begin to grow quickly, germinating within seven days if temperatures are between 70 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Shasta daisy grows easily and performs well in most parts of the state. A new, more colorful form of the Autumn Fern.

Growing Hardy Water Lilies

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We invite you to stroll through our English Cottage Gardens! E. pupurea is a rugged species, ‘Fragrant Angel’ is hardy to zone 3. Pretty paired with perennial Bachelor's Button (Centaurea), Twinspur (Diascia), or Poppy Mallow (Callirhoe). Triangular dark blue-green leaves splashed in variable patterns of grey and silver. It is sometimes called the "stinking corpse lily," although this descriptive common name is more commonly applied to Rafflesia arnoldii.