Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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Great Design Plant: Sunrose modern-landscape
 

Great Design Plant: Sunrose

Sunrose (Helianthemum nummularium). Photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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Jocelyn H. Chilvers added this to Great Design Plant: Sunrose Dazzles on Dry Slopes
Planting notes. Well-drained soil is critical; plant sunroses in dry, rocky, sandy or well-drained loam. Poor drainage, especially in winter, may cause root rot. Soil that is neutral or slightly alkaline is preferred.Shear plants lightly immediately after flowering to promote dense, compact growth and repeat blooms. Sunrose may be short-lived. A winter mulch of evergreen boughs, especially in colder climates, may be helpful.More: How to Replace Your Lawn With a Garden

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sweetscarlett added this to plants
October 15, 2014
sunrose for drought slopes
ktmomcat56 added this to PLANTS
July 14, 2014
sunrose - ideal for slopes?
zarth22 added this to zarth22's Ideas
June 12, 2014
Sunrose
vicki666 added this to garden
March 24, 2014
rock rose for dry areas next to pavement.
monjularamkumar added this to plants/flowers/trees
March 15, 2014
sunrose
scnevin added this to scnevin's Ideas
March 9, 2014
Dry slopes winter interest
brstern2 added this to Plants (Perennial)
March 9, 2014
Sunrose: Planting notes. Well-drained soil is critical; plant sunroses in dry, rocky, sandy or well-drained loam. Poor drainage, especially in winter, may cause root rot. Soil that is neutral or slightly alkaline is preferred. Shear plants lightly immediately after flowering to promote dense, compact growth and repeat blooms. Sunrose may be short-lived. A winter mulch of evergreen boughs, especially in colder climates, may be helpful.
1985hoosier added this to Garden
February 28, 2014
Sunrose also called rock rose
rdennis60 added this to Exterior Ideas
February 26, 2014
Planting notes. Well-drained soil is critical; plant sunroses in dry, rocky, sandy or well-drained loam. Poor drainage, especially in winter, may cause root rot. Soil that is neutral or slightly alkaline is preferred. Shear plants lightly immediately after flowering to promote dense, compact growth and repeat blooms. Sunrose may be short-lived. A winter mulch of evergreen boughs, especially in colder climates, may be helpful.
Estudio Castaño added this to Plants/Trees
February 26, 2014
Sunrose, rock rose (Helianthemum nummularium).
somemoores4 added this to somemoores4's ideas
February 25, 2014
these are sunrose plants great for dry hillsides.
razalea added this to razalea's ideas
February 25, 2014
color and drought tolerance
catilden added this to Garden
February 24, 2014
Sunrose: needs well drained soil. shear plants right after flowering to promote dense growth and reblooming.
esheri added this to Landscape Ideas
February 24, 2014
ROCK ROSE
mom48kids added this to Landscape Ideas
February 23, 2014
sunrose also called rock rose
I - PLAN - U - PLANT added this to Plant material
February 23, 2014
Sun Rose
jolantakalathas added this to jolantakalathas's ideas
February 23, 2014
color
nelsont1 added this to Landscape ideas
February 23, 2014
Good for dry areas hardy to 8000 ft and -20 might be good in Colorado
jenhermes56 added this to jenhermes56's ideas
February 23, 2014
Good for our slope...
jackiespalmer added this to jackiespalmer's ideas
February 23, 2014
sunrose or rockrose
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