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Corner Grass Garden: full sun to partial shade. 1 zebra grass, 2 fountain grasses, 3 daylilies, & 6 blue fescue grasses.

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No-Fuss Sun-Loving Garden Plan

Get this free garden plan for a full-sun spot in your yard! It's filled with no-fuss plants that you can plant and forget for easy maintenance. Make a beautiful statement in your front yard with this color-filled garden.

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Corner of Grasses

corner of grasses....I like this

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Cotton Candy Grass

Want This Cotton Candy Ornamental Grass (Muhly) - Easy to grow, full sun, 3-4', low maintenance and withstands heat, humidity, poor soil and drought. Blooms late summer to fall.

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Live Cherry Sparkler Fountain Grass

Live Cherry Sparkler Fountain Grass #zulily #zulilyfinds

Planting notes: Purple fountain grass likes loose, well-drained soil. Let it dry out a bit in between watering — once established, it's fairly drought tolerant. If you live in an area with very hot and intense sun, this grass will take some partial shade, particularly in the afternoon.

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Pastel Corner Garden

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How to Mount Flower Baskets on Wooden Posts

flower baskets on wooden posts

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Lavender Hidcote - This easy-to-grow sun perennial thrives in full sun normal garden soil.

Fall * A - 1 Little Business Daylily B - 1 Blue Queen Salvia C - 3 Gay Butterflies Butterfly Plant * D - 1 Variegated Weigela * E - 1 Goldsturm Rudbeckia * F - 1 Dwarf Burning Bush G - 3 Mixed Hardy Primrose H - 1 Wood's Pink Dwarf Aster I - 1 Pistachio Reblooming Hydrangea * J - 3 Mixed Lungwort K - 2 Red Daisy Mammoth Mums L - 2 Bronze Daisy Mammoth Mums M - 2 Yellow Quill Mammoth Mums

Beautiful - very nice, but these appear to be under a tree? not sure if they would do quite this good in some shade, these all need at least 6 hours of sun!