AKA TSUKI CHINESE DOGWOOD

Love this container garden

Want to try something different in the garden? ... Darmera peltata... (Indian rhubarb or umbrella plant) Leaves can grow up to 24" wide. Can grow in moist or even boggy soil.

Mosquito-repelling plants for your deck.

Pink Astrantia (Masterwort): Masterwort zones 4-9 and is a perennial. It prefers to be planted in part shade to full shade. Astrantia grows best in moist soil with plenty of organic material & comes in a wide variety of colors & bloom continuously throughout the summer and fall, wafting a sweet scent. Grows to about 1-2 ft tall. It is the perfect companion for astilbes, ferns, and hostas. Prefers part shade and rich, medium to wet soil. Grows best in soil that is not allowed to dry out and i...

Passionate Blush- Guara: Only available in spring. //aw Spring 2012 $10

Madeline Salvia - Bareroot Plant // aw Spring 2012 $13

fragrant cloud honey suckle // Spring 2012 $20 (4-on pot)

Pow Wow Wild Berry Echinacea (Cone Flower) /aw Spring 2012 $9

Dogwood

Bleeding Hearts

How to grow lots of tomatoes

Bougainvillea tree. They do well in hot, dry areas, like Texas, Florida, and Arizona. So if you live in one of those states, you should plant one of these immediately.

Supreme Elegance Coneflower - new for 2014. 30" tall - middle of flower border. Midsummer bloom continues until fall. Sun perennial garden. Grow with Nepeta.

Shrubs for Areas With High Shade: Shade-tolerant shrubs that are grown for their flowers are best planted where a little sun can filter through, such as near deciduous trees or a trellis.area gets filtered light for shade loving plants. This beautiful white form of flowering currant(Ribes sanguineum) and pink camellia are underplanted with a golden-leaved bleeding heart (Dicentra spectabilis 'Gold Heart') and other shade-lovers.

Start seedlings in an egg shells. They will naturally compost providing valuable nutrients to your plants.

Muscari

I just grew one in my garden...but I really want to grow more.

black eyed daisy

Hollyhock (Althaea rosea)

Pansies