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Cottage-Garden Plants

For a cottage garden: Anemone hupehensis 'Hadspen Abundance' Mature size: 2 feet tall, 16 inches wide. Ideal growing conditions: full sun to part shade, moist soil

Monarda, 'Beauty of Cobham' - will take quite a bit of shade. Smells glorious. The leaves are used in Earl Grey tea.

Russian Princess Lobelia Lobelia x speciosa 'Russian Princess' Zone: 4 - 9 Partial Sun, High water needs. Vivid spikes of magenta flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies and are excellent for cutting. Glossy foliage emerges red in spring, turning burgundy to bronze throughout the season. Strong upright burgundy stem

from Old Farmer's Almanac


Gladiolus Garden! Beautiful cut flowers!

from ThriftyFun

Growing Bee Balm

This guide is about growing bee balm. A wonderful flower for attracting hummingbirds to your garden.

from Better Homes and Gardens

Top Deer-Resistant Plants of the Midwest

Columbine Hands-down one of the most graceful perennials, columbine offers wonderful flowers in shades of red, pink, violet, blue, and white. Most have fan-shape foliage that looks ornamental even when not in bloom. Plant Name: Aquilegia selections Growing Conditions: Part shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: From 6 to 36 inches tall and 6 to 24 inches wide, depending on type Zones: Zones 3-9, depending on type