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Drift roses are becoming a favorite with me... as reliable as Knock-out/Double Knock-out! Low growing and spreading LOVE LOVE LOVE Snowdrift Rose
Camellia japonica 'Elegans Splendor' (U.S., 1971)
Little Mischief Shrub Rose Grow low-care 'Little Mischief' for a burst of hot pink flowers all summer. It's heat and disease resistant, too, so you can enjoy it in any kind of weather.
Lily-of-the-Valley/ Very Fragrant, will attract Butterflies and Hummingbirds. Plant with "White" Moonflower Vine which is also fragrant and a white midnight garden plant. WARNING-berries are poisonous, spreads quickly and never plant under SHALLOW rooted trees, they'll compete for water and nutrients.
Meadowsweet : Meadowsweet looks like a supersized astilbe with its cotton-candy blooms of fluffy pink borne on 5-foot-tall stems. The plant is also known as queen-of-the-prairie, a fitting name for this Midwest native. It grows best in full sun, but it tolerates some shade.