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The New York Botanical Garden
David Austin English rose
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from early summer on. Its a vigorous grower up to 7' tall. Has a sweet honey fragrance. Zone 4-9
4. 'Graham Thomas'. This gorgeous deep yellow English shrub rose is resistant to black spot, mildew and rust, and blooms repeatedly from early summer on. It's a
'Graham Thomas'. This gorgeous deep yellow English shrub rose is resistant to black spot, mildew and rust, and blooms repeatedly from early summer on. It's a vigorous grower (up to 7 feet tall) and has a sweet honey fragrance. It also boasts excellent heat tolerance and is perfect for zones 4
4. 'Graham Thomas'. This gorgeous deep yellow English shrub rose is resistant to black spot, mildew and rust, and blooms repeatedly from early summer on. It's a vigorous grower (up to 7 feet tall) and has a sweet honey fragrance. It also boasts excellent heat tolerance and is perfect for zones 4 to 9
“'Graham Thomas' English rose” — frenchtownchris
The New York Botanical Garden
Hybrid Tea Roses
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to late-summer bloomer with ruffly flowers in clusters.
One of the best is 'Melody Parfumee', a gorgeous dark lavender rose growing up to 5 feet tall and 4 feet wide in zones 5 to 10. It's an early- to late-summer bloomer
5 to 10. It's an early- to late-summer bloomer with ruffly flowers in clusters. More classic rose scent can be had with 'Gertrude Jekyll', 'The Countryman', 'Falstaff', 'Harlow Carr' and 'William Shakespeare'.
antiques-melody parfumer- 5' X 4' early to late summer blooms
It's an early- to late-summer bloomer with ruffly flowers in clusters. More classic rose scent can be had with 'Gertrude Jekyll', 'The Countryman', 'Falstaff', 'Harlow Carr' and 'William Shakespeare'.
Melody Parfumee ... strong "ROSE" fragrance,, dark lavender, late summer bloomer
“antique-” — 13roxanne
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candytuft, Iberis sempervirens
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snow in summer, sweet alyssum & bellflowers.
Soften stone steps and their surroundings with low alpine perennials like candytuft (shown). Other excellent choices include ajuga, creeping phlox, forget me nots, hens and chicks, Missouri primrose, snow in summer, sweet
primrose, snow in summer, sweet alyssum, soapwort and bellfowers.
Soften stone steps and their surroundings with low alpine perennials like candytuft (shown). Other excellent choices include ajuga, creeping phlox, forget me nots, hens and chicks, Missouri primrose, snow in summer, sweet alyssum, soapwort
snow in summer, sweet alyssum, soapwort and bellfowers.
perennials like candytuft (shown). Other excellent choices include ajuga, creeping phlox, forget me nots, hens and chicks, Missouri primrose, snow in summer, sweet alyssum, soapwort and bellfowers.
“Candytuft” — standeciarz
Proven Winners
Glow Girl™ Birchleaf Spirea
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available, and Glow Girl offers everything I could wish for. The emerging leaves are tinged with copper before opening fully to a bold lime green. As the summer progresses, this becomes a soft gold, which transitions in fall to rich rose. The white flowers in spring are a bonus. Where it will grow: Hardy to
available, and Glow Girl offers everything I could wish for.The emerging leaves are tinged with copper before opening fully to a bold lime green. As the summer progresses, this becomes a soft gold, which transitions in fall to rich rose. The white flowers in spring are a bonus.Where it will grow: Hardy to
“by front door idea” — mgranskou
San Marcos Growers
Helictotrichon sempervirens
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wideBenefits and tolerances: Drought tolerant; deer resistant; can handle air pollutionSeasonal interest: Evergreen in temperate climates; flowers in summerWhen to plant: Plant or divide in early spring
larger at 2 feet tall and wide, and appears softer, producing the windblown effect we expect from a grass. Flowers project a foot above the grass in summer and transition to a lovely gold in fall. Mass it or plant it on its own. Blue oat grass comes in blues and greens and looks best when planted in
larger at 2 feet tall and wide, and appears softer, producing the windblown effect we expect from a grass. Flowers project a foot above the grass in summer and transition to a lovely gold in fall. Mass it or plant it on its own. Blue oat grass comes in blues and greens and looks best when planted in full
“Blue oat grass” — Lindsay Liepold
The New York Botanical Garden
Perovskia 'Blue Spire'
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tolerant; deer resistant; attracts butterflies and hummingbirds; grows at higher altitudes Seasonal interest: Flowers summer into fall; architectural When to plant: Spring to summer
and it has a long bloom season. While it will start blooming in spring and summer, keep cutting off the flowers and you'll get blooms into fall. Once established, Russian sage grows easily, especially in areas with hot summers and little water. In the garden it can be treated as a showy single plant or
russian sageattracts butterflies and hummingbirds5 to 9Flowers summer into fall
nice for a all summer bloomer
Drought tolerant; deer resistant; attracts butterflies and hummingbirds; grows at higher altitudesSeasonal interest: Flowers summer into fall; architectural When to plant: Spring to summer
“russian sage” — mrsowensrocks
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Asian Modern Bergen County NJ
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ahead and try it; the plant won't mind in the least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
lily turf- usually you buy Big Blue- zones 5-10, but suggests Lirope Spicata zones 4-10. Plant slowly spreads across ground and has summer flowers.
laying in its comfort with my little ones. Go ahead and try it; the plant won't mind in the least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
Lily Turf (liriope muscari or spicata) - Summer flowers are a bonus.
muscari 'Big Blue', zones 5-10); truly effective is Liriope spicata (zones 4-10). Plant slowly spreads across the ground plane and creates thick masses. Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
and creates masses so thick, I have found myself laying in its comfort with my little ones. Go ahead and try it; the plant won't mind in the least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
“Like the big rocks” — emchels
J. Peterson Garden Design
container plants
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usually planted in winter and spring, these annuals can brighten containers and border edges in fall as well, at least until the frosts get heavy. Although most members of the viola family are usually short-lived perennials, they generally are grown as annuals; the exception for most gardeners is sweet
nurseries or start them from seeds. Common names: Pansy, viola, Johnny-jump-up, sweet violet Botanical name: Viola USDA zones: All when grown as an annual Water requirement: Regular Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade for pansies; violas prefer shade Mature size: 3 to 10 inches Growing tips:
usually planted in winter and spring, these annuals can brighten containers and border edges in fall as well, at least until the frosts get heavy. Although most members of the viola family are usually short-lived perennials, they generally are grown as annuals; the exception for most gardeners is sweet
“Colorful pansy and viola - for FALL.” — almostjane
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