Knock Out Roses, by far the easiest roses to grow.

How to prune Knock Out Roses~

Knockout roses and hostas planted along fence. Low maintenance and beautiful!

Tips for growing Hydrangea

Knockout roses

Growing Roses - Martha Stewart Home & Garden

Angelonia -It's easy to grow and flowers profusely, great plant for our dry spells and heat. Not fussy about soil either. Butterflies love it!

Red Knock-Out Roses & Blue Salvia together in a border.

Don Juan Climbing Rose Bush - just a sexy rose with highly fragrant, red-velvet blooms!

5 Easy to Grow Mosquito-Repelling Plants.

landscaping with boxwoods and roses | Knockout Roses with Boxwood Hedge

Spilling over with flowers.

Make your garden low-maintenance with Rose Verbena. More fuss-free plants:

Knock Out Roses paired with Daylilies (Hemerocallis spp, zones 3 to 9) are perfect spring/summer complements, as are purple coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea, zones 3 to 9). For a nonblooming partner, choose lamb's ears (Stachys byzantina, zones 4 to 10). For a great autumn companion you can't beat Mexican bush sage (Salvia leucantha, zones 8 to 11).

10 bulbs to plant in the Spring for summer garden color: great article with flower choices + how to care for them

Texas mountain laurel - Heat and drought tolerant. Makes an attractive evergreen accent to your landscape. Full sun Small tree or shrub Grows up to 25 feet tall and 6 to 12 feet wide Blooms lavender/purple clusters of fragrant flowers in Spring Use as a patio tree or untrained as a screen Native - Sophora secundiflora

landscaping berms | Bermed plantings with outcorp boulders designed for this Lake Calhoun ...

Beautiful Shade Plantings~ I like the combination of the coleus and hosta planted under the tree. ** Photos shared are by Susan Libertiny from

"White Feathers" Hosta- Comes up white in the spring and turns a super pale green in the summer.