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Verbena bonariensis - drought tolerant, 6 feet tall, and bees and butterflies swarm it.

deer resistant, low water, contrast Euphorbia rigida (Rigid Spurge)

Green flowers! Anyone know what these are? I know a lot of you are pros at this... :)

Sedum ewersii ~ grows to 3" high and 12" wide : USDA zones 4-10 : pink blooms : origin - Himalayas.

From Claus Dalbys garden in Risskov, Denmark. Visit his blog -