Black Prince Echeveria forms dark, nearly black rosettes. Salmon-red flowers in autumn and winter attract hummingbirds. Dramatic foliage adds wonderful contrast to succulent plantings and rock gardens. Well-suited to containers, both indoors and out. Evergreen. Zone 9-11
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Want to grow veggies, but don’t have a sunny enough spot? Worry not, shady-yard gardener, there are several vegetables that don’t require a ton of sunshine to thrive. Some gardeners plant these between their tomatoes or corn, but if you have a spot with four hours of sun (or less) you can successfully grow these kitchen favorites. GREENS: shady gardens will keep these staples from bolting (making flowers and going to seed), so you’ll be able to harvest leaves for salads longer than if ...
FESTIVA MAXIMA, 1851 The most famous peony of all, ‘Festiva Maxima’ has been a standard of excellence since Hovey’s of Boston first offered it here in 1852. Its big, sparkling white flowers are improved by a few dribbles of crimson, its stems are strong, and it blooms reliably even in the South. 3-5 eye roots, 36”, zones 3-8aS/8bWC, from Iowa.Old House Gardens Heirloom Bulbs