Front Yard Sidewalk-Garden Ideas: Grow a Cutting Garden. Even though they take up little real estate, small-space sidewalk gardens can be great for growing your own cut flowers. Here, foxgloves, roses, and a host of other flowers are perfect for dressing up the front of the house and dropping in a vase for a great hostess gift or table decoration.
Grow a Cutting Garden
Apricot Drift® Rose - this is in our front landscaping bed. Among red Knockout roses.
bird of paradise flower
Josee Dwarf Lilac - reblooming variety
❥ Wetterhorn Paintbrush~ San Juan Mountains, Colorado
Peony 'Sorbet' One of the most beautiful color combinations in the Peony family, 'Sorbet' brings soft, luscious tones to the late spring garden. These blooms are 5 inches wide and tall, with 3 distinct layers of pastel color. Ideal for cutting (they are very long-lasting), they arise heavily on compact plants. 'Sorbet' blooms in midseason, late spring to early summer in most climates, on plants just 3 feet tall and 2 1/2 feet wide.
Beautiful "Sorbet" Peonies.
Hydrangea paniculata 'Renhy' Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea Flowers emerge creamy white in mid summer, change to pink and finally to strawberry red. Growth habit is upright becoming cascading later in summer & early fall. 6-7' tall x 4-5' wide. Best in full sun to partial shade. Hardiness zone 4-8
Lovely Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea