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My Mexican Bush Marigold, Copper Canyon Daisy. Tagetes lemonii. Med-Lg size bush. Covered in flowers Spring through Christmas! In January I cut it back to approx. 20", cut off all spindly & side growth & strip off all remaining leaves. This makes a very full, rounded bush in Spring. Cut off faded flower sprigs & any tall shoots during the growing season. In our cool area it needs little water. In hot areas it looks better with more. Propagates easily from seed & grows quickly to 2'…

My Mexican Bush Marigold, Copper Canyon Daisy. Tagetes lemonii. Med-Lg size bush. Covered in flowers Spring through Christmas! In January I cut it back to approx. 20", cut off all spindly & side growth & strip off all remaining leaves. This makes a very full, rounded bush in Spring. Cut off faded flower sprigs & any tall shoots during the growing season. In our cool area it needs little water. In hot areas it looks better with more. Propagates easily from seed & grows quickly to 2'…

Interesting Plant: Eremurus ‘Lemon Meringue’ | A Gardener's Notebook with Douglas E. Welch

Interesting Plant: Eremurus ‘Lemon Meringue’ | A Gardener's Notebook with Douglas E. Welch

Ceanothus 'Concha', California native flowering shrub. Summer-Dry Plants and Gardens

Ceanothus 'Concha', California native flowering shrub. Summer-Dry Plants and Gardens

Common Name: ROSEMARY - TUSCAN BLUE, ITALIAN  Scientific Name: Rosmarinus officinalis 'Tuscan Blue'

Common Name: ROSEMARY - TUSCAN BLUE, ITALIAN Scientific Name: Rosmarinus officinalis 'Tuscan Blue'

A floriferous, semi-evergreen groundcover drenched with 1”, lavender-blue, star-shaped flowers off and on from late Spring thru Fall. Growing less than a foot tall and spreading steadily over time to fill any allotted space, this extremely rewarding, low-maintenance “Bellflower” is perfect for planting at the base of trees, edging a rock garden or filling out a pot or hanging basket. Evergreen in mild Winter areas – it should be cut to the base occasionally to refresh. Enjoys full sun along…

A floriferous, semi-evergreen groundcover drenched with 1”, lavender-blue, star-shaped flowers off and on from late Spring thru Fall. Growing less than a foot tall and spreading steadily over time to fill any allotted space, this extremely rewarding, low-maintenance “Bellflower” is perfect for planting at the base of trees, edging a rock garden or filling out a pot or hanging basket. Evergreen in mild Winter areas – it should be cut to the base occasionally to refresh. Enjoys full sun along…

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