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Spanish Lavender, Russian Sage, Switch Grass and Hakone Grass. Beautiful mix of perennials.

Yard Inspiration- Spanish Lavender, Russian Sage, Switch Grass and Hakone Grass.

The planting mainly consists of salvia nemorosa ‘Ostfriesland’ (available from David Glenn at the marvellous Lambley Nursery), nepeta ‘Six Hills Giant’, agastache ‘Sweet Lili’ (also from Lambley), self seeded nigella, lavenders of various shapes and sizes, orange trailing nasturtiums, bronze fennel and a car full load of teucrium.

The planting mainly consists of salvia nemorosa ‘Ostfriesland’ (available from David Glenn at the marvellous Lambley Nursery), nepeta ‘Six Hills Giant’, agastache ‘Sweet Lili’ (also from Lambley), self seeded nigella, lavenders of various shapes and sizes, orange trailing nasturtiums, bronze fennel and a car full load of teucrium.

'Caradonna' Salvia nemorosa

'Caradonna' Salvia nemorosa

Salvia clevelandii (Cleveland sage) infront yard with California native plants, Heath-Delaney garden

I am on the road, photographing California native plants, and just too dang busy to think about anything else.

Try Plants That Take the Heat     For hot, sunny areas, you can't beat a festive combination of 'Victoria' blue salvia, 'First Kiss Orchid Halo' annual vinca, and white narrow-leaf zinnia. These tough-as-nails plants love the sun and require almost no maintenance. Once established, they're relatively drought tolerant.

Top Annual Plant Pairings

Try Plants That Take the Heat For hot, sunny areas, you can't beat a festive combination of 'Victoria' blue salvia, 'First Kiss Orchid Halo' annual vinca, and white narrow-leaf zinnia.

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Blue Spires' Blue Spires Russian Sage Zones - Very good bee plant and drought resistant

Full size picture of White Lantana, Wild Sage (<i>Lantana involucrata</i>)

PlantFiles Pictures: White Lantana, Wild Sage (Lantana involucrata) by award

Lavandula_'Goodwin_Creek_Grey'Lavandula Goodwin Creek Grey is noted for the silvery foliage and dark purple flowers. Goodwin Creek Lavender is free flowering, even during the Winter in mild climates. Lavandula Goodwin Creek Grey requires decent drainage and does best in a low water garden once established. Goodwin Creek Lavender looks best when the dead flowers are removed and when the second year foliage is cut out from under the new growth. Lavandula Goodwin Creek Grey grows 2 feet tall…

Lavandula intermedia 'Grosso' lavender: very fragrant; compact growth to 3 feet; for hedges, edging

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