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One of a favouite perrenials - Meadowsweet - they grow to 5 to 6 ft and have very large leaves and absolutely gorgeous flowers

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The Daily Southfrom The Daily South

Fringe Tree — The Best Native Tree Nobody Grows

I think I want a Fringe tree!

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To the side of the garage next to dining room window?fringe tree - Google Search

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Plants for garden pathways which can handle foot traffic: Irish Moss is just the moss-like ground cover for rock gardens and planting between stepping stones and pavers, It is easy to cultivate these plants on pathways. They spread very rapidly and are blessed with a quality to tolerate heavy foot traffic. It cannot tolerate mcuh traffic or direct sunlight in the heat of the day in the Lower South.

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chamomile and thyme lawn - photography by John Glover

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Creeping oregano - ground cover, useful herb, drought tolerant, beautiful!

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Corsican Mint ~ Wonderful, mat forming groundcover that features tight green, aromatic foliage. Tiny lavender flowers in summer. Plant as a lawn substitution or between stones so that the gentle scent of mint is released when walked on. Excellent for front entryways and back patios. Will take moist areas as well as normal landscape scenarios and will reseed easily in the garden.

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Mentha requieni Corsican Mint

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Summer Backyard: Organic PMR Delicious 51 Cantaloupe

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The kids call them truffula flowers. "Allium Gladiator" have large, ball-shaped purple flowerheads, 6-9 inches across with silver tips. Blooms late spring, early summer. Great as long-lasting cut flower. Height: 4-5 feet (Bulb)

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Organic Dark Green Zucchini

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Green hanging amaranth is also called Emerald Tassle. It's great for creating a trailing effect. There is also a burgandy/red variety called "love lies bleeding"! Not a great name for a wedding flower-but still very pretty!

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Arbutus 'Marina'

5 Best-Behaved Trees to Grace a Patio

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Darmera Peltata (ok in zone 5 & is a shade plant)!! Love the huge leaves. . i want it!!

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Better Homes and Gardensfrom Better Homes and Gardens

Top Trees and Shrubs for Fall Color

Fothergilla A wonderful but underused shade-loving shrub, fothergilla offers blue-green foliage in spring and summer. Its leaves reveal warm shades of gold and orange in fall. And fothergilla has honey-scented springtime flowers to boot.

Top Trees and Shrubs for Fall Color

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Philodendron Monstera, no 60's or 70's inspired home is complete without it. Brings a great graphic and tropical effect to any corner.

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Muhlenbergia dumosa, Bamboo Muhly, Faury Bamboo

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Plant-A-Grams: Beginner's garden plan, canning garden, salad garden, northern cool garden, etc

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Garden Design - How Do I Use Color In My Garden?

nice foliage shapes, limited palette. Nice use of iris foliage to hide the tulips when they die. gardening, landscaping, flowers

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Empress Wu Hosta.

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Alyssum Compacta, flowers, gardening, landscaping

Broccoli Seeds

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Excellent cottage garden path: "I love the way the plants and flowers spill over the path. It just makes it feel so exuberant. The rambling rose also makes for a lovely entry into the home. This gives me the thought of perhaps growing a rambler around the front of my garage. I have a bed nearby where I could start it and then train it up and over."

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pink muhly grass - drought resistant, evergreen, tolerates poor soil, requires little water

plants - A - Asplenium - Page 24

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