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    Echinacea ‘Butterfly Kisses’

    Sedum One of the quintessential autumn plants, sedum bursts into bloom at summer's end. This tough plant laughs off all summer's heat and drought to look great in your garden at the end of the season. Name: Sedum spectabile Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 18 inches tall Zones: 4-9

    Angelica stricta purpurea - From Annie's Annuals

    Plant a garden that's a treat for the nose, eyes, AND mouth with these edible flowers.

    Echinacea ‘Coconut Lime’

    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.

    Echinacea Raspberry Truffle

    Echinacea purpurea ‘Doubledecker’

    Echinacea Secret Passion

    Echinacea 'Butterfly Kisses'

    Echinacea ‘Pink Sorbet’

    These unfussy, long-lived plants pump out beautiful foliage and flowers year after year. Plant in fall or spring when cooler temperatures help them get a healthy start

    Nasturtium "Peach Melba"/ATTRACTS: Ruby Throated Hummingbirds. Plant in hanging baskets. Will also attract Monarch Butterflies.

    Echinacea Raspberry Truffle

    Coneflowers grow best in full sun, but will tolerate some light shade. They bloom from early summer to fall and are attractive to birds and butterflies.

    "Pot Luck" Dahlia - one plant will produce dozens of blooms of varying colors

    Getting into some of the annuals that we will be using. Mostly in the "planter box" area near the "outdoor living room" space. Annuals will allow us to get bold, long lasting flowers and tropical foliage.

    Monkshood is Perennial Shade Loving Plant

    Campanula - easy to grow & self seeds. Plant care is on this post.

    Astrantias - prefer shade and grow in zones 4-9 - Ht. depends on the species 2-3' - Slugs don't like Astrantias so inter-planting them among your other shade plants tends to repel them.

    Black-Eyed Susan butterflies love it and it comes back each year.