Love Heuchera, especially the ones w/genes of the species villosa in them,

Flax - one hearty plant that come up year after year - and the deer won't eat it!

Pinus contorta or the Chief Joseph pine is winter hardy to zones 5-8. It has light green color during the warm season, then in the fall, the color changes to a bright yellow that lasts until the following spring when it transitions back to light green. Grows 1' per year to a max of 8'. Plant in full sun.

♥ Make a statement in your landscape by filling in a corner with color, foliage, & texture.


beautiful succulents

Seafoam Daisies - i want these for my front yard...

Tips on growing peonies. Good to know that my non-blooming peonies are not necessarily a failure!

Looks complicated at first glance, but don't be deceived. There are only four types of plants here! They are Allium hollandicum ‘Purple Sensation’ with Campanula patula and Erysimum allionii in the Solar garden at Great Dixter

My Pins Blog - Clematis! Never thought to plant different ones together.


Who knew propagating begonias could be so easy? Cut, place in water til roots grow, plant.


This site is AWESOME. photo gallery of containers with instructions to plant and description of flower.

Ostrich Fern is a tough perennial that loves moist, shady spots. Try more of our favorite flowers for wet soil:

teal and purple succulents

Sempervivum atlanticum, fleshy succulent foliage plant rosettes, green whirls with pink edges tips

Put strawberry plants in concrete blocks edging a garden.

10 Perennials Easily Grown from Seed

Rosemary - This shrubby evergreen is hardy to Zone 7. Train it to grow upright as a treelike standard or a large shrub; or select a trailing form to grow down a wall or as a groundcover. Rosemary grows well in containers, and you can bring it indoors over winter in cold climates. Grow rosemary in a hot, dry, sunny location.