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    Flax - one hearty plant that come up year after year - and the deer won't eat it! Sun/Part Sun, Zones 5-9, Perennial, 2 x 2 feet. Blooms late summer.

    Spanish lavender (Lavandula stoechas) has deep purple “rabbit ears” that stand out in garden beds. The plant thrives with only moderate wate...

    For a pretty plant that deer and rabbits won't bother, try Lungwort in shade garden.

    Only six plants... planted in drifts with sun-loving, drought-loving perennials.

    Baptisa Also called false indigo for the rich blue shade of its flowers, this hardy perennial fills the spring garden with elegant spires of pealike blooms. It withstands drought -- and deer, rabbits, and other critters leave it alone. The bluish-green foliage looks great all summer long, and the charcoal-black seedpods create fun contrast in fall.

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    If you're looking for hardy, no-care, "Plant and Forget" spring flowering bulbs, look no further - load up on Muscari. These bulbs are so winter hardy and easy to grow that no garden should be without them.

    Identify your Zone of Hardiness, and purchase only plants recommended as reliably hardy there.

    List of plants that will grow in the shade, including foxglove: peace lily, spider plants, jacob's ladder, meadowsweet, Virginia bluebell, columbine, foxglove, flax lili, English ivy, coleus, fuchsia, impatiens, bleeding heart, hosta, solomon's seal, jumpseed, Japanese anemone, leopard plant, ferns. On balcony container gardening.

    Rinse vegetables in the garden and use the water on the plants when done. Bet I could find suitable components at the dollar store.

    Peony Bess Bockstoce is fabulously fragrant. Grow one in your garden. Plants available for fall planting!

    A colander for your Tubtrug. What a great idea! Rinse vegetables right in the garden.

    Fire Spinner Iceplant is a fast-growing groundcover ideal for tucking amid stones in a rock garden or placing as footlights along a pathway. It blooms in late spring and early summer. Deer won't eat it, and it's drought-tolerant. For a splashy show of color, plant it in mass. Growing Conditions: Full sun

    Which Plants flower in shade the best? | Top Shade Loving Plants |

    Mexican Bush Sage - I love this plant because it flowers all summer in south TX & is low maintanence/drought tolerant. My husband hates it because it can be invasive, but I like the "wild" look. Hummingbirds love it! It dies back in winter but quickly re-grows in Spring.

    Russian Sage

    Want a plant to brighten a dull corner of your yard? This may be it! There hasn't been this much buzz about a plant in years! People have been clamouring for a re-blooming lilac for years and 'Bloomerang' delivers with a dense, compact plant with an intense mid May bloom followed by more deliciously fragrant bloom cones throughout the summer and fall, and it attracts butterflies, too! Mature ht 1.5 m (4 to 5 ft).

    Plants with multiple petals, such as roses and peonies, are cottage-style favorites, and they have the added benefit of sweet scent. Contrast heights within beds by using spiky classics such as foxgloves and delphiniums.

    For a brilliant splash of purple, consider 'Sugar Plum' Coral Bells (Heuchera). Grows in zones 3-8. | Photo: Josh Mccullough/PhytoPhoto |