From Echinacea to Hosta's, here's the latest recap of top performing perennials featured for 2014.
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Hardscape is not a catchy term for overly difficult gardening sites. It simply means the hard, durable parts of the landscape…the non-plant elements.
Dainty blue flowers, resembling drooping stars, nod from the top of slender stems. White flowering varieties are also available. Will quickly spread under trees and into lawns, where they can simply be mown with the grass once blooms have been enjoyed. Fun for miniature cut flower…
A charming and cheerful plant with its familiar tri-lobed foliage and dainty white flowers that appear sporadically throughout the year. This is a great gift plant because of its association with “good luck”. In fact it is often called “Lucky Shamrock”.
Vigorous shrub with tangled, spiny branches and glossy, round leaves. Vibrant blooms appear before the leaves emerge in spring. The flowers are followed by attractive yellow-green fruit that is edible if certain steps are taken. Harvest the fruits after frost for best flavor. Similar…
A compact, moss-like carpet of slender green leaves. The foliage is enhanced by tiny white flowers in summer. A splendid choice for adding soft texture to the landscape.
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