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Once established, Baptisia, occasionally called false indigo, can live for decades. In fact, in the Better Homes and Gardens Test Garden we have several specimens that have bloomed reliably every spring since they were planted in the 1950s. Baptisia is a shrub-like perennial that develops graceful stalks of blue, white, purple, or yellow flowers in the early spring. It has pretty, blue-green, pea-like foliage that looks terrific even when the plants are not in bloom. Baptisia requires a…

Once established, Baptisia, occasionally called false indigo, can live for decades. In fact, in the Better Homes and Gardens Test Garden we have several specimens that have bloomed reliably every spring

'Cirrus' is a delightful selection bearing spikes of pure-white flowers all summer and autumn. Like other forms of blue salvia, it shines with silvery foliage and adapts to different soil types. It's a good selection for cutting and makes a wonderful accent to selections with deep blue flowers. Name: Salvia farinacea 'Cirrus' Size: To 20 inches tall and 12 inches wide Zones: 8-10, but this tender perennial is often grown as an annual in cooler Zones. Grow it with: Get a clean, crisp combo by…

Salvias, also called sages, are easy to grow, bloom abundantly, and great looking in the landscape. Use this guide to find the best types of salvia for your garden.

With its vividly blue flowers, 'Blue Angel' is a garden showstopper that may garner more attention from garden guests than the scores of hummingbirds and butterflies it attracts. It bears fuzzy green foliage on a well-branched, upright plant. Name: Salvia patens 'Blue Angel' Size: To 28 inches tall and 18 inches wide Zones: 8-9, though it's often grown as an annual in cold-winter climates. Grow it with: Create an easy-growing but delicate-looking combo with 'Blue Angel' sage and Diamond…

Blue Angel Salvia is vividly blue and grows to 28 inches tall, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. It is a perennial in zones 8 and

If you love blue, you'll probably fall in love with gentian sage, a tender perennial. It shines with large sky blue flowers in summer and fall that are loved by butterflies and hummingbirds. Name: Salvia patens Size: To 24 inches tall and 18 inches wide Zones: 8-9, though it's often grown as an annual in cold-winter climates. Grow it with: Get double the true-blue effect by growing gentian sage with plumbago.

Salvias, also called sages, are easy to grow, bloom abundantly, and great looking in the landscape. Use this guide to find the best types of salvia for your garden.

Splendor Board Game Asmodee

Splendor Board Game Asmodee - popular game even for only 2 players - again Ask Caleb if he recommends or has another idea for me

Learn how to make and amazing barbecue pulled pork with this easy recipe. Cooks right in the slow cooker with just a few easy steps and ingredients.

Easy Slow Cooker Texas BBQ Pulled Pork – This is the perfect pulled pork recipe. It’s super easy to make and uses very basic ingredients.