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by the base of the plant rather than to the plant's leaves. Deep watering will encourage deeper roots, leading to a healthier, more drought-tolerant plant.
When purchasing plants, ask the garden center staff what type of soil that plant needs, and then make sure to group plants with like needs together
together in your garden. Plants like cacti and succulents need well-drained loose soil; hostas and impatiens need soil that holds a bit of water (not soggy, though); hydrangeas and azaleas prefer soil that is on the acidic side.
5. If a plant is wilted, it needs water. Not necessarily. On hot days think of a wilted plant much the same as a panting dog. It's the plant's way of saying, "Whew, it sure is hot out here." If you notice a plant wilting one afternoon, check it again the next morning. If it's still wilted in the cooler
“And remember, water more deeply and less often, directing the water down by the base of the plant ra” — 4868
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Great Design plant - September 2012
Shenandoah Grass must do a planting like this
planted in my garden it is
watered my 2-year-old plants only twice since June, and they still look fabulous! Next year they may not need even that. ◦A grid of these rising out of a gravel bed would bring a contemporary flair. ◦Create eye-catching combinations by repeating the deep red notes in a companion plant. Stonecrop (Sedum 'Autumn
Shanendoah switchgrass - Create eye-catching combinations by repeating the deep red notes in a companion plant. Stonecrop (Sedum 'Autumn Joy', shown here) makes a perfect partner; its wide flat flower
watered my 2-year-old plants only twice since June, and they still look fabulous! Next year they may not need even that.A grid of these rising out of a gravel bed would bring a contemporary flair.Create eye-catching combinations by repeating the deep red notes in a companion plant. Stonecrop (Sedum 'Autumn
“Panicum virgatum 'Shenandoah' with a dwarf form of Sedum 'Autumn joy' in the foreground.” — Cat S.
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depends what your climate is as to what aspect it will thrive in. The hotter the climate the more shade the plant prefers. Your local nursery will be able to advise you on the conditions this plant prefers in your area.
bugle weed is a great textural plant to grow between pavers and flagstones; it will tolerate light foot traffic.
Bugle Weed Planting notes: •Space 18 inches apart as a ground cover. •It will grow fastest in partial shade and moist soil. •Unwanted plants can easily be removed — they
regularly trim, bugle weed is a great textural plant to grow between pavers and flagstones; it will tolerate light foot traffic. Planting notes: Space 18 inches apart as a ground cover. It will grow fastest in partial shade and moist soil. Unwanted plants can easily be removed — they do not root deeply
“Ground Cover between the rock / stone path "Bugleweed"” — Ellen Miller
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What are the bright green plants in between the Salvia called?
climbing rose, or roses planted on the other side that are poking through ?
What is the name of the yellowish/green plant and will it handle sun/h
May Night Salvia Green: Golden Creeping Jenny Pink: Mary Rose Climber Good tip mix peat moss and manure and work into soil around root ball when planting.
I would like a list of all the flowers that are planted in front of the white picked fence, I have one but not nearly as beautiful as this one. Please e-mail me the list, grantcarmela@live.com Thank
plantings in front - purple and green colors
addition - fence style with plantings
love this white fence with the colorful plantings.
I like the colors and textures of the plantings in front of the fence.
“princess street” — melaniearmour
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Seasonal Planting
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Hillside Planting and Pool
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wetland native planting
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