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Take advantage of lemon balm's scent as an insect deterrent -- toss a few stems onto a hot grill to drive away mosquitoes. Light:Sun,Part Sun Zones:4-11 Plant Type:Perennial,Herb Plant Height:2-3 feet tall Plant Width:2 feet wide Bloom Time:Flowers in mid- to late summer and early fall Landscape Uses:Containers,Beds & Borders Special Features:Attractive Foliage, Fragrant, Attracts Birds, Attracts Butterflies, Drought Tolerant, Plant near Tomato plants

Hostas are among the showiest and easy-to-grow perennials in the shade. They also offer the most variety of any shade plant. Choose from miniatures that stay only a couple of inches wide or giants that sprawl 6 feet across or more. Look for leaves in shades of green, blue, white, chartreuse, and gold, with many cultivars being variegated. Some hosta flowers are very fragrant.

Sawara False Cypress- can be used as a privacy hedge Sometimes called threadleaf false cypress for its delicate-looking foliage, this slow-growing evergreen usually grows about 6 feet tall in 20 years, but eventually matures at 20 feet tall. Many cultivars with slight variations in foliage color and plant form are available. Name: Chamaecyparis pisifera Zones: 5 - 9

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