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Perennial garden in late afternoon
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A private garden along Maine's southern coast.
What are the plants with the purple tubular flower clusters?
HI Johanna, The purple spike flowers are indeed Salvias, including 'Caradonna' and 'May Night' varieties.
This garden was planted in Spring 2007, this
Sorry, there are just too many varieties in this garden for me to call them out individually. There are roses, salvias, peonies
3. Flowering perennials. An almost unlimited number of flowering perennials pair well with roses. You'll want to choose other flowers that complement
compete with, your roses, so look for perennials with smaller or larger forms, different leaf types and a variety of flower colors and shapes.
what is the age of this garden?
“garden” — Nora
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Garden Dahlia
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Distinguishing traits. Dahlias feature one bloom per sturdy stem. These flowers can be as small as 2
large as 1 foot in diameter (called dinner plates); the larger, taller flowers need staking to avoid flopping over. They grow in a huge range of colors
them a very versatile addition to many gardens.Shown: Dahlia 'Awaikoe'
2. Plant gladiolus and dahliaBoth flowers need a sunny position as well as shelter
sturdy stem. These flowers can be as small as 2 inches or as large as 1 foot in diameter (called dinner plates); the larger, taller flowers need staking to
appear it’s a good idea to stake gladioli so wind doesn’t damage the tall flowers.
“They grow in a huge range of colors, petal formations, sizes and shapes, making them a very versatil” — 4868
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could plant garden in front of arbs
GARDEN: border plants...grass and garden...Flower bed...Greenery and flowers...flower garden...flowering perennials...blooming perennials...colorful garden...flower bed...perennial border
“I under evergreens or by fence 2014” — maryannemin
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Asiatic hybrid Lily
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Add lilies to the garden, but watch out for the 'red leaf beetle' which loves the leaves.
size: 2 to 6 feet tall, depending on variety Benefits: Showy and fragrant flowers Seasonal interest: Spring and summer blooms; later blooms can be expected
traits. Lilies are tall perennials, with large blooms in colors including pink, purple, white, orange, yellow and red. The flowers can have spots, splotches
of your border, or smaller varieties to blend in with other colorfully flowering plants. Great varieties to try are 'Electric', 'Altari', 'Acapulco' and
“Luv Lillie's” — lhosey
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Peony
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in blooms. Avoid cutting more than a third to half of the plant's flowers for cut-flower purposes, and leave as much foliage on the plant itself as possible
in blooms. Avoid cutting more than a third to half of the plant's flowers for cut-flower purposes, and leave as much foliage on the plant itself as possible
“Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral Sunset'” — Estudio Castaño
The New York Botanical Garden
Coral Lily
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traits. Lilies are tall perennials, with large blooms in colors including pink, purple, white, orange, yellow and red. The flowers can have spots, splotches
of your border, or smaller varieties to blend in with other colorfully flowering plants. Great varieties to try are 'Electric', 'Altari', 'Acapulco' and
extra care and attention, these amazingly showy and fragrant flowers will return in your garden for years to come.Shown: Lilium 'Pumilum'
“Bulbs” — camino30
The New York Botanical Garden
Single Hybrid peony
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plant peonies - perennials - in early fall or spring
Distinguishing traits. These old-fashioned flowers bloom in nearly every color except
perform better in cooler zones and climates, rather than in Deep South gardens. There are early-, mid- and late-season bloomers, so if you plan carefully
Distinguishing traits. These old-fashioned flowers bloom in nearly every color except blue, are highly fragrant and are easy to grow. They typically need
perform better in cooler zones and climates, rather than in Deep South gardens. There are early-, mid- and late-season bloomers, so if you plan carefully
“Paeonia 'Golden Wings'” — Estudio Castaño
The New York Botanical Garden
Peony
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peonies in the same spot for many years, but if you notice a decrease in flower production, it's probably time to dig them up and divide them. Gently tap
peonies in the same spot for many years, but if you notice a decrease in flower production, it's probably time to dig them up and divide them. Gently tap
“Paeonia lactiflora 'Fantastic'” — Estudio Castaño
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