Gardening Ideas Volume One
Frog Parking Only. All others will be Toad! - HOW TO. Recycle tire idea.
Recycled tires in the GARDEN!
I want to plant one of these this year. When they begin to bloom it is a sure sign of spring here in Florida. Cercis canadensis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tree Cookie Plant Marker Signs
I have the pineapple and mexican sage in my gardens and I just love them. Will have to add the other ones mentioned here. I have had loads of butterflies this year!!
they produce tubular-shaped flowers that appear in fall and last through winter and on into spring in my zone 9 garden. In cooler climates, they bloom through the summer months and will cease blooming in winter. Autumn Sage is hardy to 0 degrees F, and can be found in many southern gardens stretching from California through North Carolina and the states farther South. In hot, desert climates, they prefer filtered shade, which is why I like to plant them around light shade trees, like the Pal…
Tomatoes and Sunflowers
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Colorful Cannas for Any Garden - Birds and Blooms
Native Plant Spotlight: "Patridge Pea (Chamaecrista fasciculata): This wildflower is native to a large part of the U.S. and is very valuable in wildlife gardens." (other natives highlighted in article: Dotted Horsemint (Monarda punctata), also called Spotted Bee Balm; Tropical Sage (Salvia coccinea); Beach Sunflower (Helianthus debilis); Yellowtop (Flaveria linearis))
Partridge Pea, a southern summer wildflower
'Karl Foerster' Feather Reedgrass This ornamental grass has become a garden favorite for its great performance and stiff, upright habit. 'Karl Foerster' is ideal for creating a low screen or hedge, and giving a soothing backdrop for more colorful perennials. Name: Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster' Size: To 6 feet tall and 2 feet wide Zones: 5-9
PERENNIAL - Purple Coneflower This prairie wildflower achieves a level of sophistication in the 'Magnus' variety, which throws its petals out horizontally daisy-style. Coneflower tolerates heat and drought, and it blooms all summer long. Plant this 30-inch-tall beauty in the middle or back of the bed.
23 of the top performing perennials
Get to Know Your Favorite Butterflies...check out the field guide to some of the most common butterflies you might see in your garden