Goldmound in pretty landscape.
Backyard chalkboard--less mess and the rain washes it away--such a good idea! use birch plywood. First we painted the front and back with primer to seal it, and then we just painted the front with a quart of chalkboard paint. He attached it to the fence with galvanized wood screws. So far so good, it's been 9 months and it looks brand new.
Backyard chalkboard--less mess and the rain washes it away--such a good idea!
I would love to have this in the back corner of a yard leading up to a green house :)
Yarrow (Achillea) Yarrow is one of those plants that give a wildflower look to any garden. In fact, it is indeed a native plant and, predictably, it's easy to care for. In some gardens, it will thrive with almost no care, making it a good candidate for naturalistic plantings in open areas and along the edges of wooded or other wild places.
Russian sage...full sun
SOCAL Plants Black-Eyed Susan Black-eyed Susans are much-loved garden plants that feature daisy-like, golden flowers in summer and autumn. A delightful array of varieties is available. They range in color from rusty red to lemon yellow to the more traditional gold. Name: Rudbeckia hirta Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 2 feet tall Zones: 11-12 (though considered annual in most zones)
Black-eyed Susan...plant with Russian sage in full sun
Honesty...sun, part sun
Fleabane - This tall wildflower produces tiny, daisy-like flowers in great clouds in late summer into early fall. Plants start blooming in midsummer and often continue blooming until fall. The native forms are seldom grown in the garden because they can be weedy, though they're great for naturalized areas and prairie or meadow plantings. However, many well-behaved, beautiful hybrids are available.
Full sun, late summer and early fall