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Kniphofia 'Ember Glow'
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Kniphofia ‘Alcazar’- PLANTER STRIP AT STREET: love this plant!- should we also use it as the plant between us and the neighbor (between both fences)?
Mature size: 3 feet tall Bloom time: Late summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune back after the first killing freeze. More About Growing Red Hot Poker
sunMature size: 3 feet tallBloom time: Late summer to fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune back after the first killing freeze.More About Growing Red Hot Poker
“Red Hot Poker- 3 ft tall ; bloom late summer to fall ; good with salvia & fall asters; plant spring” — Jennifer Wallace
Stuart Sampley Architect
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Moontower Residence
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Thinking of using this type of recycled material for privacy fence. However, worried about support issues with strong winds. Any advice or making fence durable to high wind exposure?
One last glimpse of outside before we head inside shows us the fence of corrugated metal, an inexpensive construction that has a rustic appearance that melds with the house.
“Fence” — bluegrazz
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creeping jenny
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planted in full sun, where its color really shines. Although rampant in nature, it is easily controlled and directed where it is required. It also gives us the bonus of summer flowers — in this case, cup-shaped bright yellow blooms.
planted in full sun, where its color really shines. Although rampant in nature, it is easily controlled and directed where it is required. It also gives us the bonus of summer flowers — in this case, cup-shaped bright yellow blooms.More:Make the Most of a Small Garden
“Ground cover” — Helen VandenHeuvel
Proven Winners
ColorBlaze® Keystone Kopper™
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easygoing and colorful foliage plants around. Although you can benefit from the dazzling array of coleus colors nearly year-round, there is something about the harvest colors that seem to really pop in the fall. If you live in a colder climate, be prepared to bring your coleus inside for the winter, or
easygoing and colorful foliage plants around. Although you can benefit from the dazzling array of coleus colors nearly year-round, there is something about the harvest colors that seem to really pop in the fall. If you live in a colder climate, be prepared to bring your coleus inside for the winter, or
“Coleus- plant in spring.” — Nora Elizabeth
Missouri Botanical Garden
Wild Quinine
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Quinine How to use it. As a midheight plant, it can go just about anywhere. I suggest massing it to maximize the effect of its blooms. It could also appeal in a moon garden. Wild quinine has a sizable taproot, so it
midsummer that turn tan for winter interest, especially when massed When to plant: Spring to fall How to use it. As a midheight plant, it can go just about anywhere. I suggest massing it to maximize the effect of its blooms. It could also appeal in a moon garden. Wild quinine has a sizable taproot, so it
How to use it. As a midheight plant, it can go just about anywhere. I suggest massing it to maximize the effect of its blooms. It could also appeal in a moon garden. Wild quinine has a sizable taproot, so it
“Wild Quinine - Botanical Name: Parthenium Integrifolium Full sun to 25% shade Zones 4-8, hardy to -” — Jeannie Gamboa
Escarole
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apart. (You can eat the thinnings.) Keep the soil moist and free of weeds. Arugula reseeds freely and is fairly resistant to pests. Sow leaf chicory about 1/4 inch deep and 2 inches apart; thin to 6 to 8 inches apart. You can also scatter seeds over a garden bed. Cover with a fine layer of soil and keep
apart. (You can eat the thinnings.) Keep the soil moist and free of weeds. Arugula reseeds freely and is fairly resistant to pests. Sow leaf chicory about 1/4 inch deep and 2 inches apart; thin to 6 to 8 inches apart. You can also scatter seeds over a garden bed. Cover with a fine layer of soil and keep
plant. “Cut and come again” harvest methods work well for arugula, endive, escarole and many mustard greens. Simply cut off the tops of all the leaves about an inch above the center and wait for more leaves to grow.
“Planting and care: Sow arugula seeds 1/2 inch deep and 2 inches apart or scatter them over a garden” — rdennis60
Becky Harris
Atlanta Botanical Gardens Spring 2012 Recipe
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plant. “Cut and come again” harvest methods work well for arugula, endive, escarole and many mustard greens. Simply cut off the tops of all the leaves about an inch above the center and wait for more leaves to grow.
apart. (You can eat the thinnings.) Keep the soil moist and free of weeds. Arugula reseeds freely and is fairly resistant to pests. Sow leaf chicory about 1/4 inch deep and 2 inches apart; thin to 6 to 8 inches apart. You can also scatter seeds over a garden bed. Cover with a fine layer of soil and keep
plant.“Cut and come again” harvest methods work well for arugula, endive, escarole and many mustard greens. Simply cut off the tops of all the leaves about an inch above the center and wait for more leaves to grow.How to grow more cool-season vegetables
“Sow arugula, baby mustards, escarole and endive every two weeks to ensure a continual crop until wea” — rdennis60
Missouri Botanical Garden
Turtlehead
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Turtlehead Native from the Midwest to the East Coast Blooming in late summer into fall, turtlehead (Chelone glabra) gets about 3 to 4 feet tall and slowly spreads to 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect for rain gardens in full sun to half shade, preferring wet to medium soil, it’s pretty
Save to IdeabookEmail Photo Turtlehead Native from the Midwest to the East Coast Blooming in late summer into fall, turtlehead (Chelone glabra) gets about 3 to 4 feet tall and slowly spreads to 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect for rain gardens in full sun to half shade, preferring wet to medium soil, it’s pretty
TurtleheadNative from the Midwest to the East CoastBlooming in late summer into fall, turtlehead (Chelone glabra) gets about 3 to 4 feet tall and slowly spreads to 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect for rain gardens in full sun to half shade, preferring wet to medium soil, it’s pretty carefree, like the other
“TURTLEHEAD (Chelone glabra). Native. Blooms late summer 3-4' tall, SLOWLY SPREADS to 2-3' wide. Rai” — fesenjam
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