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Beautiful zen spring garden
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planted the same time as a tulip (in the late fall in Colorado) and they bloom in the spring. They are very expensive for a bulb and they smell like a
Fritillary (Fritillaria) USDA zones: 3 to 8 Bloom period: February
Crown Imperial bulb, blooms: April -May
plant that produces clusters of pendulous 4-inch orange, yellow or red blooms beneath a spiky crown of green leaves. Plant in groupings and conceal dying
zones: 3 to 8 Sun requirement: Full to partial shade Height: 2 to 4 feet Bloom time: April and May Planting tips: Plant quickly to prevent drying out. Tip
plant that produces clusters of pendulous 4-inch orange, yellow or red blooms beneath a spiky crown of green leaves. Plant in groupings and conceal dying
they may not bloom every year.
“Crown Imperials are know to repel rodents. Therefore, these would work well planted around my cabin.” — esheri
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
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Rosa 'Sally Holmes'
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prolific blooms. Follow the pinkie rule and don’t cut back the main canes if they're still producing. Old garden roses: If they are single-blooming species
species, prune after blooming. Repeat-blooming roses can be pruned similarly to modern roses but more lightly. Miniature roses: Clean up the inside, creating
flowers from roses. As rose blooms fade and the petals turn brown, it's important to deadhead, or trim off the old blooms. When dead flowers are left on
This results in fewer blooms and an early dormant season.By pruning off these old blossoms, you direct the rose to continue blooming throughout the summer
prolific blooms. Follow the pinkie rule and don’t cut back the main canes if they're still producing.Old garden roses: If they are single-blooming species
“Sally Holmes rose” — newportfam
Modern Country Lady
Entrance hall Spring display
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of spring bulbs, if necessary dug straight out of the garden, and once bloomed and faded, put back in the soil, can give an entrance hall a lovely welcoming
Blooms. Add a few winter blooming bulbs to your garden. There is nothing
gardens and to bloom through winter in the South. Snowdrop makes a graceful addition to meadows, beds and borders. If you have snowdrop blooms to spare in
flower stems with three to five small, white bell-like blooms. Spring Snowflake (L. vernum) blooms in midwinter to early spring with just one blossom per
10. Blooms. Add a few winter blooming bulbs to your garden. There is nothing quite like a tiny little bloom popping up from amidst the drifts of snow
gardens and to bloom through winter in the South. Snowdrop makes a graceful addition to meadows, beds and borders. If you have snowdrop blooms to spare in
“Snowflake” — 1annabelle
Loundon County Landscape Architect
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Toad lily, Photo by Shotaku
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(Tricyrtus hirta) Although petite (about the size of a walnut), the orchid-like blooms of this Asian beauty are plentiful, nestled atop the plant’s graceful stems
in containers where you can more easily admire the white, mauve or yellow blooms. Favorite varieties include ‘Miyazaki’, with its arching stems of purpl
purple-speckled flowers, and ‘White Towers’, which sports pure white blooms. USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Light requirement: Full to partial shade
tus hirta)Although petite (about the size of a walnut), the orchid-like blooms of this Asian beauty are plentiful, nestled atop the plant’s graceful stems
in containers where you can more easily admire the white, mauve or yellow blooms. Favorite varieties include ‘Miyazaki’, with its arching stems of purpl
“Toad Lily (Tricyrtus hirta)” — bandiverse
Monrovia
Yuletide Camellia
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Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide' Single, brilliant, fiery red blooms centered with bright yellow stamens make this a beautiful addition to the winter garden
Sasanqua camelia blloms in late fall and early winter in California. Evergreen shrub, perfect for a narrow slot. llok for a blooming plant
a narrow slot. Look for a blooming plant now and put it in a pot near the front door. A few red Japonica camellias also bloom early enough to add holiday
perfect for a narrow slot. Look for a blooming plant now, and put it in a pot near the front door."
a narrow slot. Look for a blooming plant now and put it in a pot near the front door. A few red Japonica camellias also bloom early enough to add holiday
Sasanqua camellia has the right color and timetable for holiday display. It blooms in late fall and early winter, bright red with a yellow center. The evergreen
“the biury of god creaction” — milagrosyounger
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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interest: Violet to blue blooms from October on When to plant: Spring to fall
aromatic aster (Aster oblongifolius blooms from Sept into Oct with bluish
Aromatic aster blooms late grows in any soil takes sun
here. A small shrublike perennial at 2 to 3 feet wide and 2 feet tall, it blooms forever and ever from September into October with bluish-purplish flowers
Blooms into late October. Shrublike perennials such as Purple Dome New England Aster (shown in front) and woods blue 'October Skies' (Aster oblongifolius)
here. A small shrublike perennial at 2 to 3 feet wide and 2 feet tall, it blooms forever and ever from September into October with bluish-purplish flowers
to 3 feet wide; slowly spreading shrub habitBenefits: Mid- to late-fall blooms over many weeks; great nectar source for butterflies; very low maintenance
Zones 3-10 Blooms Sept to Oct.
“aromatic aster (Aster oblongifolius, zones 3 to 10), shown in the background here. A small shrublike” — lynnjoseph
Missouri Botanical Garden
Baptisia australis
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offers winter interest; attracts native bees Seasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, followed by ornamental seed bombs that make a rattling sound When
Baptisia australis, which tends to be the biggest, at 3 feet tall and wide. Blooming in May for several weeks and native from the Central Plains to the U.S
plant it in its forever home, because it hates being moved. While it's in bloom, massive queen bumblebees flock to this early nectar and pollen source as
offers winter interest; attracts native beesSeasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, followed by ornamental seed bombs that make a rattling soundWhen
Baptisia australis, which tends to be the biggest, at 3 feet tall and wide. Blooming in May for several weeks and native from the Central Plains to the U.S
“Wild Blue Indigo is a clay buster featuring a strong deep taproot.” — amkb
Amy Renea
Spring Garden
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'Knock Out' family of roses, aptly named because these rosebushes bloom and bloom and bloom with few pests and problems. Another plus: Cuttings root easily
Foundation Plant - rosebush called knock out-bloom and bloom and bloom with few pests and problems. Another plus: Cuttings root easily
'Knock Out' family of roses, aptly named because these rosebushes bloom and bloom and bloom with few pests and problems. Another plus: Cuttings root easily
and heat tolerantSeasonal interest: Blooms nearly continuously from spring until the first hard frost, with bloom cycles every 5 to 6 weeksWhen to plant:
take cuttings or layer stems this time of year. After roses have finished blooming, take cuttings from stems the size of a pencil that are bright green or
“Knock out roses” — Jojie O'Kelly
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