The “Lucky Lantern” series are compact, bushy dwarfs which are excellent for summer containers. They are all compatible in habit with large ...

The “Lucky Lantern” series are compact, bushy dwarfs which are excellent for summer containers. They are all compatible in habit with large ...

This is a guide about growing a plumbago. This fast growing, drought tolerant, flowering plant will attract birds and butterflies to your garden.

Growing a Plumbago

This is a guide about growing a plumbago. This fast growing, drought tolerant, flowering plant will attract birds and butterflies to your garden.

Salvias, also called sages, are some of the most versatile plants around. Most varieties are wonderfully drought tolerant and feature beautiful flowers with pleasantly scented, attractive foliage. Plus, deer, bunnies, and other garden pests typically ignore the plants. The key to success is knowing which varieties are right for your yard. Check out some of our favorites.

A Gardener's Guide to Salvias

Salvias, also called sages, are some of the most versatile plants around. Most varieties are wonderfully drought tolerant and feature beautiful flowers with pleasantly scented, attractive foliage. Plus, deer, bunnies, and other garden pests typically ignore the plants. The key to success is knowing which varieties are right for your yard. Check out some of our favorites.

Dahlias can play a leading role in your garden's finale. We show you how to fertilize and deadhead them to encourage recurring blooms. | Photo: Donnelly-Austin Photography | thisoldhouse.com

Dahlias: Late Summer's Drama Queens

Dahlias can play a leading role in your garden's finale. We show you how to fertilize and deadhead them to encourage recurring blooms. | Photo: Donnelly-Austin Photography | thisoldhouse.com

Atrium - 1. Purslane, 2. String of Pearls, 3. Deadnettle, 4. Dwarf Morning Glory, 5. Fan Flower, 6. Pilea, 7. Calibrachoa, 8. Licorice Vine, 9. Sweet Potato Vine, 10. Bacopa, 11. Ivy, 12. Lobelia, 13. Nasturtium, 14. Nemesia, 15. Petunia, 16. Torenia, 17. Verbena, 18. Vinca, 19. Zebrina, 20. Alternanthera, 21. Creeping Jenny, 22. Moss Rose, 23. Sedum, 24. Dichondra.

Favorite plants to cascade over our containers

Atrium - 1. Purslane, 2. String of Pearls, 3. Deadnettle, 4. Dwarf Morning Glory, 5. Fan Flower, 6. Pilea, 7. Calibrachoa, 8. Licorice Vine, 9. Sweet Potato Vine, 10. Bacopa, 11. Ivy, 12. Lobelia, 13. Nasturtium, 14. Nemesia, 15. Petunia, 16. Torenia, 17. Verbena, 18. Vinca, 19. Zebrina, 20. Alternanthera, 21. Creeping Jenny, 22. Moss Rose, 23. Sedum, 24. Dichondra.

Million Bells (Calibrachoa) Perfectly at home in containers, along borders or in beds, million bells spill out and over to create magnificent displays of blooming color. In warmer climates they have even been known to blossom right through the winter months!

Million Bells (Calibrachoa) Perfectly at home in containers, along borders or in beds, million bells spill out and over to create magnificent displays of blooming color. In warmer climates they have even been known to blossom right through the winter months!

Hot Lips Salvia (Sal-vee-ah), also commonly known as sage, is an easy-care, drought-tolerant plant with fragrant foliage whose flowers are often visited by butterflies and hummingbirds.Deer and rabbit resistant too!

Hot Lips Salvia (Sal-vee-ah), also commonly known as sage, is an easy-care, drought-tolerant plant with fragrant foliage whose flowers are often visited by butterflies and hummingbirds.Deer and rabbit resistant too!

Foxglove Plants - Toxic but Foxy Flowers

Everything You Need to Know About Foxglove Plants

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