Arizona Sun Blanket Flower
The All-America Selections winners for 2005 have been announced. Tough hot summers call for rough and ready plants. Arizona Sun blanket flower can take whatever comes.
Beautiful for a Day Daylilies
The Latin name for daylily is Greek for ´beautiful for a day.´
Becky Shasta Daisy
For beds and borders, Becky Shasta daisy can´t be beat.
Casa Flora [offsite link]
Gardeners can learn all about the hardy and tropical fern varietiies along with the herbaceous perennials, all of which should be available at local garden centers and nureries. The site only sells wholesale.
Dealing with Poison Ivy and Poison Oak
Poison ivy and poison oak pose serious problems for some gardeners. While some people can touch the plants without getting a rash, others aren't so lucky.
Echinaceas for the Garden
The echinaceas or coneflowers are very popular garden plants. The most beloved is the purple coneflower.
Fire Witch Cheddar Pink in the Landscape
If you´re looking for a reliable flowering perennial for the landscape, you won´t go wrong with Firewitch cheddar pink.
One of my favorite herbs is the sage for its crinkled gray leaves are so attractive.
Ground covers are really any kind of plant, either sprawling or upright, that will spread to cover an area.
Hellebore-Perennial of the Year for 2005
Each year the Perennial Plant Association chooses a perennial of the year. For 2005, they selected Lenten rose, also known as hellebore.
Hollyhocks in the Landscape
With their exuberant nature, the hollyhocks have earned a place in the landscape.
Jewels of Summer
With few exceptions, perennial beds and borders deserve a place in most every gardn.
Late Blooming Sages
Nature has surprises in store for fall. Witness all the spectacular late-blooming perennials. Among these are several sages.
Northwest Bulb & Perennial [offsite link]
This nursery specializes in bulbs and perennials.
Part 1-Ferns for the Landscape
I was introduced to ferns by mistake. While walking around the front yard one evening, I happened to notice a tiny fern growing under a maple tree.
Part I-Year of the Dianthus
2004 is Year of the Dianthus. Each year, the National Garden Bureau selects a flower for this special honor. This article is Part I of a two part series on these wonderful plants.
Part II-Ferns for the Landscape
This is the final article in a two-part series on ferns for the landscape.
Part II-Year of the Dianthus
This is the final article of a two-part series on dianthus. These plants were honored by the National Garden Bureau. 2004 is Year of the Dianthus.
Perennial Plant Association [offsite link]
This association specializes in perennial plants. Members receive a quarterly journal, a newsletter and more.
Persian Catmint as Perennial of the Year 2007
Walker's Low Persian catmint is a delightful perennial, which has been named the 2007 Perennial of the Year.
If you´re looking for award winning perennials, Phlox David can´t be beat.
Primroses-Superstars of Spring
Whatrever kind of weather the late winter brings, the vibrant perennial primroses welcome it. These hardy superstars usher in the new gardening season, and have earned a place in the landscape.
The hellebores are members of the buttercup family. These have become increasingly popular in recent years.
The Blanket Flower
Gaillardia, also called the blanket flower, is considered a most useful and attractive plant for the landscape.
The Purple Coneflower
Judging by its popularity as an herbal remedy, purple coneflower is likely the leading flowering herb grown in the landscapes.
Zabo Plant [offsite link]
This site offers both flowerbulbs and perennials.
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