"Perennials" ... Plants that come back every year..
Rose 'Happy Chappy'. Large clusters of single blooms in shades of yellow, apricot and pink envelop this sturdy groundcover rose. Easy to care for, vigorous and disease-resistant. Good in landscapes, containers, hedges and borders. Mature size is two feet tall and three feet wide. Hardy to USDA Zone 5. Introduced by Jackson & Perkins
"Happy Chappy' rose"...Beautiful! ♥
Phlox 'Intensia Star Brite'. Pinwheel striping of purple-pink and white makes the large, lightly fragrant flowers really stand out. Mildew and heat resistant. This long-blooming annual grows 8 to12 inches high and wide, making it a good choice for containers, hanging baskets and border combinations. Proven Winners.
"Intensia Star Brite' phlox"...
"'Fusion Peach Frost' impatiens"....
Echinacea purpurea 'Razzmatazz'. This first-ever double coneflower boasts showy pink pompoms framed by deep magenta daisy petals. The fragrant 4-inch blooms on this reliable perennial are borne on long, sturdy stems and will last two weeks in a vase. Grows 35 inches tall and 18 to 24 inches wide. USDA Zones 3-9.
~ "Echinacea 'Razzmatazz"....Color
Oakleaf hydrangea 'Pinky Winky' (Hydrangea paniculata 'Pinky Winky'). Named after a character on the popular "Teletubbies" children's show, this deciduous shrub produces two-toned panicles of white and pink from mid-summer into fall. Strong, upright red stems bear impressive 16-inch long flower heads without drooping. Can be pruned to stay small or allowed to reach its mature size of eight feet tall and wide. Tolerant of many climate and soil conditions. USDA Zones 3 to 7.
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The Cool Hunter - Lifestyle
~ Of course, the need for recreational options has escalated since the industrial revolution. People, even ordinary citizens, now needed a place to catch their breath. They lived in more and more urban environments and also had the previously unknown luxury of a few days off per month....
Cool hunter It has been amazing to follow the newest solutions to the old dilemmas: How to bring more green space to cities; how to reclaim underused urban land for recreational and other "green" uses; how to provide more and more people the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of spending time in nature.
~Love this! "It has been a massive project in all aspects of the word, and it has also become a poster-project whose publicity is helping other projects get off the ground. We hope it will continue to give citizens' organizations, city officials, designers and architects encouragement and inspiration as they tackle smaller projects, or even ones bigger than Highline.....Beautiful!!