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Geranium (Cranesbill) Geraniums were once considered the "must have" plant for English gardens and with over 400 species it wasn't long before cultivars developed popularity with gardeners world wide. Buyers beware however as perennial geraniums are not related to annual geraniums which are actually in the genus Pelargonium. A true geranium is a cold hardy perennial that will prove to be long-lived and add years of beauty and graceful charm to any garden.
Cassabanana melon or musk cucumber is a herbaceous perennial vine native to tropical South America. The sweet, aromatic, yellow-to-orange flesh of the mature fruit is eaten raw or made into preserves. The immature fruit can be cooked as a vegetable.
A mat forming perennial that only grows to about 1.5cms in height and will spread to indeterminate width by taking root at the nodes. This is a ground hugging plant that has with tiny, rounded dark green leaves. Blue/white, star-shaped flowers are borne in abundance from spring to early summer and they almost cover the foliage with flowers. It looks great planted around pavers or stepping-stones. This plant can become invasive, so keep an eye on it. Moist to wet soils with high fertility.