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Plants used - I love this look. Can you give me the names of all the plants seen here?
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'Goldsturm' Rudbeckia & Echinacea, Ajuga & Creeping Jenny ground covers, Allium senescens 'Glaucum' and Stachys 'Hummelo' to the left of the path. 'Karl Foerester' Feather Reed Grass with Sedge 'Blue Zinger' around water feature. 'Louisa' Crabapple is the weeping tree behind the water feature. Hope that helps!
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Thanks so much!
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Clumps of these blooms fit well into a naturalistic landscape design.
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Glorious Black-Eyed SusanHumans aren’t the only ones who love this plant. Bees, birds and butterflies also flock to it. Plus, it’s easy to grow and can handle tough conditions. Most begin blooming in summer, but the flowering will continue well into fall. There are any number of species available; two of the most popular are ‘Herbstsonne,’ also called ‘Autumn Sun’, and ‘Goldsturm’. To make things just a bit confusing, one of the common names for these plants is coneflower, a name also given to members of the Echinacea family.
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