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Creeping Oregano makes a tough substitute for a lawn.

Creeping Oregano makes a tough substitute for a lawn.

Yellow Corydalis
This hard-working perennial takes the prize for being the longest bloomer in the shade garden. Enjoy its clusters of yellow flowers from late spring all the way to frost. It's not just the flowers that are beautiful; the gray-green leaves are attractive as well.

Our Favorite Shade Garden Perennials

Yellow Corydalis, shade loving perennial, longest bloomer for shade, prolific self seeder. "corydalis lutea" variety easiest to grow & longest blooming of all varieties.

Article on grass-free gardens

grass free lawns, flowering for bees/biodiversity

Are you tired of all the work that goes into maintaining a nice lawn? And what about those hot climates? No one enjoys having to manage lawns when it’s hot and sticky. Check out some of the warm area grass alternatives in this article.

Warm Area Grass Alternatives – What Are Some Lawn Substitutes For Warm Regions

Lawn Alternative Plants For The South: Alternative Lawn Ideas In Warm Climates

Floral lawn: Floral lawn at Avondale Park, London  |  pinned by www.vinlandvalleynursery.com

Avondale Park floral lawn - in pictures

Floral lawn: Floral lawn at Avondale Park, London | pinned by www.vinlandvalleynursery.com

The floral lawn at Avondale Park Gardens: must lawns be made of grass? After more than 900 years, the lawn is ripe for a makeover. But could you see yourself mowing a field of flowers?

Gardens: must lawns be made of grass?

Avondale Park's floral lawn. Use like grass, but needs very little watering or mowing. Beautiful!

Use like grass, but needs very little watering or mowing.

Perennial Shade Garden Plans For Shade Loving Perennials, Perennial Shade Plants

Perennial Shade Garden Plans For Shade Loving Perennials, Perennial Shade Plants - For the side yard under the trees.

Blue/Purple ground cover flowers growing in our lower lawn. May be wild oregano of some type

Blue/Purple ground cover flowers growing in our lower lawn. May be wild oregano of some type

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