Kolpakowski’s tulip - Each of these bulbs produces a single flower per stem, and since this tulip likes very hot, dry soil while dormant in summer, containers are a great place to grow and keep them. Blooms Yellow flowers in early spring. Size 6 to 12 in. tall, 3 to 5 in. wide. Cold-hardy USDA zones 3 to 8. Heat-tolerant AHS zones 8 to 1
Crocus tulip This is a big group of wild tulips. The one here has a yellow center, or base, but there’s another one you might come across with a black center. Blooms Pink with a yellow or black center in early spring. Size 4 to 6 in. tall, 3 to 5 in. wide. zones 4 to 8. Heat-tolerant AHS zones 8 to 1.
fence corner This 6x6-ft. garden bed is aglow with white, pink, and purple blooms. A) Japanese maple (Acer palmatum ‘Atropurpureum’), Zones 5–8 B) Hydrangea ‘Forever and Ever’, Zones 5–9 C) Nandina ‘Firepower’, Zones 6–11 D) Hosta ‘Francee’, Zones 3–9 E) Brunnera, Zones 3–7 F) Japanese painted fern (Athyrium niponicum ‘Pictum’), Zones 5–8 G) Lamium, Zones 4–8 H) White astilbe, Zones 4–9 I) Pulmonaria, Zones 3–8 J) Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea), Zones 4–8
European wild ginger (Asarum europaeum, USDA Hardiness Zones 4-8) is dark and shiny, and its rounded, overlapping leaves form a thick carpet. It grows up to 3 inches tall and more than 12 inches wide. It prefers partial to full shade and fertile, moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil.
A woodland garden is one of the expressions which are difficult to translate into Danish. Often have I seen the term translated to 'forest garden', but it is not adequate. Anne Just is the one who has translated the best I think. She called it namely, 'a garden in the woods' and it's exactly what it is - Claus Dalby
Hosta filled shade garden PLANT LIST A. 50 Greater periwinkle (Vinca major): Zones 7–11 B. 3 Hosta ‘Night Before Christmas’: Zones 3–8 C. 4 Hosta ‘Halcyon’: Zones 3–8 D. 3 Hosta ‘Tokudama Aureonebulosa’: Zones 3–8 E. 1 Hosta ‘Paul’s Glory’: Zones 3–8 F. 3 Hosta ‘Undulata’: Zones 3–8