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Beach garden by Irene Stenger: (from an email) “Ive had the mini palm trees and cactus for a while and the spider plants as grass are cuttings. The lifesaver is a Lifesaver mint that I painted with permanent marker. The open gate was a last minute idea as I was putting up the fence. The other pieces (umbrella, towel & log) were added as I went along with the project.” Beautiful work!
Creeping Thyme-This miniature thyme is incredibly useful. Only 2"-3" tall, you can walk in it (releasing its lemony aroma), tuck it between pavers in a garden path, use it as a tidy border or fill in a flower bed. It grows quickly but isn't pushy, delivers texture, fragrance, and flowers, is great for cooking, and requires almost no care. In summer, it's covered with tiny purple blooms that attract honeybees and butterflies. It can even be planted as a lawn that never needs mowing.
Campanula Type: Perennials Height: Medium 1-2 (Plant 14 apart) Bloom Time: Late Spring to Summer Sun-Shade: Full Sun to Half Sun/ Half Shade Zones: 3-8 Find Your Zone Soil Condition: Normal, Clay Flower Color / Accent: Purple / Purple
Veronica is an easy-to-grow, long-lived plant that comes in a variety of sizes from low-growing groundcovers to taller types that are ideal for cutting. Deadhead it diligently and it may be one of the longest-blooming perennials in your garden. Zones 3-8/
Bee Balm - It grows over 6 feet tall, smells great, self seeds and attracts hummingbirds. Add a leaf or two to black tea for that distinctive Earl grey flavor....
Sweet Alyssum. Childhood backyard memories.
Flowering Shrubs by Season  Bluebeard (Caryopteris selections)  Enlarge Image  close    Add bluebeard (sometimes called blue mist spirea) wherever you want a refreshing punch of blue color in the late summer to early fall landscape. You can find varieties with variegated, golden, or chartreuse foliage, or pink flowers, too. Most grow 3 feet tall and wide. Zones 4-8
This flower offers colorful clusters of red, pink, lavender, violet, or white. More perennials for cutting: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/the-best-perennials-for-cutting/?socsrc=bhgpin072513beebalm=14
10 Perennials Easily Grown from Seed: Because this bunch is simple to start, you'll save money and get more plants [pictured: quick to naturalize silene armeria, zones 3 to 9] | Fine Gardening
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