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Allium's will add height and calm drama with it's pom pom style flower heads.A versatile plant for cottage beds to the modern steel container. Plant them near to the front boarder so there slender necks are shown off. Sublime

A flower with a dark chocolate scent? Are you kidding me. Yes, please!

Plant A Chocolate Garden

My Mom instilled in me a love of Delphinium. She grew it at my childhood home, and although the Hudson Valley is not the easiest place to grow it; I keep trying.

caladiums, new guinea impatiens, gold plectranthus Another favorite potted plant is the caladium. Great plant for shade.

Felicia amelloides Blue Marguerite has bright blue daisy-like flowers which cover the pretty foliage for much of the year. Suitable for pots, borders, rockeries and mixed garden beds. Tolerates frost and coastal air. Prefers a full sun to part shade position. Plant 50cm apart Grows 30cm high x 100cm wide.

Lily Of The Valley - best contained in a pot. I have some in the yard that look so lost. Time to transplant into a container!

Plant a Mosquito Control container so you can sit and unwind in the evenings without dousing in DEET

contrasting hostas. Love how clean looking this yard is!!

PINK AND GREEN; Poppies and Ladys Mantle

Lantana is so easy to grow. It attracts butterflies, loves sun and can tolerate drought. Good watering results in a showy and large plant. Freezes to the ground in winter but returns year after year.

Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds, I put some coffee grounds around my hydrangea bush and they have started turning purple. Love it!

A rock maintenance strip around the house ... catches splashes, keeps siding clean and minimizes pests. Put your foundation plantings in front of the strip... so what I NEED to do!!!!.

Summer perennial border with Catnip, ornamental onion flowers (Allium), white and purple sage (Salvia), Filoli garden

Space for a Moon garden! Flowers that bloom at night, plants that glow or reflect the brilliance of the moon's light. What a wonderful idea!