Lupine Russel Zones: 3-9 When to Sow: Early Spring and fall Planting Depth: 1" inch Plant Height: 36" inches Spacing: 18-24" inches Sun/Shade: Full Sun to part sun Germination: 5-10 days Blooming Period: June-July Comments: Plant with peat moss. Feed with acid fertilizer.
PeeGee Hydrangea Paniculata One of the largest hydrangeas, you can grow PeeGee (Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora') as a small summer-flowering tree. It grows to 20 feet tall (or more, if really happy) and 8 feet wide. The large clusters of blooms appear in summer and often fade to pink in fall. Zones 4-8
Name: Lilyturf, (Liriope) An easy-to-grow favorite shade perennial. Loved for its grassy foliage and spikes of blue or white flowers in late summer, as well as its resistance to deer and rabbits, lilyturf is practically a plant-it-and-forget garden resident. It grows best in Zones 5-10 and grows a foot tall. Test Garden Tip: Lilyturf can be a fast, almost aggressive spreader when it's happy.
Shade-Loving Perennial: 'Pretty In Pink' Fairy Wings Fairy wings is a magical flower for spring gardens. This new pink selection has leaves that in emerge in late March, followed by upright slender stalks upon which bloom large, hovering pink-spur flowers. It's a gorgeous sight: Ephemeral winglike pink blooms float above a clump of green-and-raspberry leaves. Growing Conditions: Light shade and well-drained soil Size: 18 inches tall, 3 feet wide Zones: 4-8 Grow It With: Hosta