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    Smilacina racemosa

    One of my faves! Have plants in the front yard and love seeing them bloom every spring! bleeding hearts dicentra

    Fuchsias are good house plants in a location with bright light. Here in the desert, grow them outdoors on a shady patio protected from the wind.

    Pitcher plants

    Tropical Pitcher Plants ~ By Foto Martien


    Leaf pattern

    Goat's Beard (Aruncus dioicus) is an excellent choice for a background plant in a border or woodland garden. Spreads slowly by rhizomes to form attractive patches.

    Putting this perennial in the backyard. Lungwart I have this in my garden and it's one of the first plants to bloom in the Spring.

    For Shade ~ Solomon's Seal: Polygonatum odoratum ‘Variegatum’ 2013 Perennial Plant of the Year

    Shredded Umbrella Plant groundcover Longwood Garden carolynsshadegardens

    Aralia 'Sun King'

    Black Snakeroot / Bugbane (Cimicifuga) Hillside Black Beauty added 2013

    A stunner for the shade, Brunnera 'Jack Frost' offers silver-variegated leaves that look good from spring to fall. At the start of the season, the foliage is accented by wonderful clusters of sky-blue forget-me-not flowers. Name: Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost' Size: To 2 feet tall and wide Zones: 3-7 Plant it with: Lungwort, white daffodils, and bleeding heart

    seed pods

    Lamium 'White Nancy' - Exquisite, nearly all white - silvery leaves with narrow blue-green margins. White Nancy is considered by many to be the best Lamium on the market. Flowers are milky white and look stunning against the silvery frosted leaves. White Nancy is a must have plant for the all white garden and is breath taking under a full moon!

    Aster - October Skies (Aromatic Aster)

    BRUNNERA 'King's Ransom' has wide, creamy yellow margin and light cream frosting over the remainder of the silver leaves. After the dainty blue forget-me-not type flowers are produced in spring, the margins lighten to creamy white. This plant has a slightly smaller habit than 'Jack Frost', making it just the right size to tuck into combination containers.

    Allium aflatunense

    indoor gardens