Essential Perennials: The Complete Reference to 2700

Essential Perennials: The Complete Reference to 2700

Ruth Rogers Clausen

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This new evergreen 18-24� fern has brilliant orange new fronds. A Monarch butterfly is pictured at the top of this page. An interesting member of the Rose family, G. macrophyllum has hairy stems and roundish, finely-toothed, 3-lobed leaves. Cut plant back to 12" after blooming for a repeat show in the fall. Height and… See the end of weeding with this selection of ground cover plants. All these techniques can be done cheaply at house with a color printer and applications that comes with your PC or Mac: Use flower images to cover books with.

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Perennials Short and Tall: A Seasonal Progression of Flowers

Perennials Short and Tall: A Seasonal Progression of Flowers

Moya L. Andrews

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Quality of plants is excellent, variety equally impressive. With greater vigor and more attractive variegation than others in this family, Hadspen Cream is a splendid addition to the shade garden! Sometimes called Wild Senna. $10.00 in gallons. Perennials often offer consistently beautiful foliage so also consider complementing foliage with annual flowers. This one is best in morning sun or light shade Aconitum napellus 'Rubellum' Friar's Cap or European Monkshood Z: 3-8 Moist A pale rose form of a European Monkshood.

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Abe's Guide to Full Sun Perennials

Abe's Guide to Full Sun Perennials

Abe Edwards

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Strawberry trees are upright evergreen shrubs with thick, leathery, dark green foliage. Miscanthus - Maiden Grass - Large growing grass. The buds can be pickled, & the roots scrubbed, roasted and ground for a beverage known as dandelion 'coffee', which is pleasant tasting and good for the kidneys and liver. We have many One-of-a-Kind perennials, shrubs and trees available. Purplish-black foliage, fragrant bottlebrush flowers open mauve-pink, then lighten to white. 4-7ft. (Zone 4) Striking dark purplish-black foliage.

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Alan Titchmarsh How to Garden: Garden Design

Alan Titchmarsh How to Garden: Garden Design

Alan Titchmarsh

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These two varieties will produce a profusion of large periwinkle and magenta flowers almost twice as long as most varieties each year, with their picturesque upward facing flowers beckoning in the sunshine all summer long. From Joseph Heuger's Nursery in Germany comes this hybrid of H. lividus and H. niger. Most ferns require moist organic-rich soil in shade to part shade, although some will tolerate other extremes. Ferns can be invaluable in the landscape for a natural feeling. 2-3 ft. (Zone 3) Frosted apple fronds with a ghostly white appearance in shade.

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How to Grow Perennial Vegetables: Low-maintenance,

How to Grow Perennial Vegetables: Low-maintenance,

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This one is a clumper, forming nice mounds that light up a shade garden in moonlight. You will find this plant extremely cold hardy, deer & rabbit resistant and grows to a compact 8" tall. ‘May Night’ Good repeat bloomer, lavender spike flowers in summer. 1997 PERENNIAL OF THE YEAR. ‘Snow Hill’ The Meadow Sage 'Snow Hill' Salvia plant is a long-blooming sage with masses of clean white flowers from late spring through frost. Bluebird Clematis (Clematis macropetala) – A climbing plant with small, blue flowers.

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Hardy Perennials: A Beginner's Guide

Hardy Perennials: A Beginner's Guide

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The umbel flowers attract ladybugs, lacewings, hoverflies, and parasitic mini-wasps. A bonus: Most are fairly good cut flowers to bring indoors and put in a vase! Blooming perennials add a spark of color to low-light areas, and gardeners have a selection of several attractive plants. Bi-ennial. persicifolia 'Alba' White bell-shaped flowers on 30" stems. Coreopsis can be trimmed back after blooming to tidy plant and to encourage repeat blooming.

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Gardening with Grasses

Gardening with Grasses

Michael King

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This spiky mid-summer blooming perennial has showy bright pink flowers and is a nice vertical element in the garden. From the Japan Winter Dreams Series comes this beautiful double selected from Ashwood hellebore seedlings. It is also important to feed perennials with nutrients throughout summer. The foliage and stems are covered with glandular hairs that give the plant a distinctive fragrance. Primula sieboldii Tatsuta no yu............................. $15.00ea Ht 15-20cm Z3.

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Perennials for Your Garden

Perennials for Your Garden

Alan Bloom

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It can be used as a single specimen or in groups of three. Heavy bloomer. 20-36 in. (Zone 3) Flowers are blue-violet, blooming in spring over green sword-like leaves. Flowers are lavender pink with white starburst centers. The stiff stems are covered with soft, copper-brown hairs. Plants thrive in consistently moist soil in part shade and are hardy in Zones 3 to 8. Prefers a peaty soil in sun to part-shade. Nice compact dark green foliage with lovely pink flowers. Plants are listed alphabetically by their latin names and can be located by clicking on the first letter of the plant name in the alphabet above.

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Perennials for Northern California

Perennials for Northern California

Bob Tanem, Don Williamson

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Cranesbill geraniums are a delicate looking, low-growing perennial that flower in the pink and purple range. The villosa species is a large, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Recipient of the 2003 Quality Award in the Fleuroselect Trials across Europe & the All-American Selections Gold Medal across the USA. Attractive, fragrant, gray-green foliage. Very few can tolerate soggy soil. Be sure to set plants in a location that drains well.

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Better Homes and Gardens Step-By-Step Successful Gardening

Better Homes and Gardens Step-By-Step Successful Gardening

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The Golden Trumpet Vine is a prolific blooming, frost tender perennial. C. origanifolium 'Summer Skies' - Pronounced kay-nor-ri-num. Intermediated bearded Iris growing 12"-18" tall. 'Season Ticket' Deep yellow-apricot flowers with fire red beards. All these grow 5 to 6 feet tall, and the pollen is too heavy to be spread easily. On this page you will find some easy to grow flowers if you just don't have the time to fuss or are a beginner with perennial flowers.

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